I was wondering, what the efect of comiling with the gecko sdk ?
is it good for debugging or something else?
, means that you bypass gtk working directly with X ? is it better?
From: Marcin Bukat <wodz@so...> - 2006-06-23 08:41:41
> I was wondering, what the efect of comiling with the gecko sdk ?
> is it good for debugging or something else?
For example slackware don't ship gecko-sdk package (btw. do You realy
need one for something else than compiling fancy extensions/plugins?) so
You can download gecko-sdk from mozilla's page and instruct
mplayerplug-in to compile against it.
> and also
> , means that you bypass gtk working directly with X ? is it better?
This means that plugin will not use gtk at all. It is mainly usefull if
You want to compile plugin on some not so common platform (IRIX comes in
mind for example). Anyway I think both questions are covered in
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