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{ Monthly Archives } September 2009

prototype unified JavaScript/C++ back-traces for Mozilla in (archer) gdb

As far as I know (and ignoring my previous efforts on chroniquery along these lines), up until now you had your C/C++ Mozilla backtraces via gdb (chocolate) and your JS backtraces via “call DumpJSStack()” or the debugger keyword from within JS (peanut butter), but these two great flavors had never come together to make a […]

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So’s your facet: Faceted global search for Mozilla Thunderbird

Following in the footsteps of the MIT SIMILE project’s Exhibit tool (originally authored by David Huynh) and Thunderbird Seek extension (again by David Huynh), we are hoping to land faceted global search for Thunderbird 3.0 (a la gloda) in beta 4. I think it’s important to point out how ridiculously awesome the Seek extension is.  […]

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