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[email protected] 38 "e:\builds\moz2_slave\win32_build\build\toolkit\components\nsDefaultCLH.js" const nsISupports = Components.interfaces.nsISupports; const nsICategoryManager = Components.interfaces.nsICategoryManager; const nsIComponentRegistrar = Components.interfaces.nsIComponentRegistrar; const nsICommandLine = Components.interfaces.nsICommandLine; const nsICommandLineHandler = Components.interfaces.nsICommandLineHandler; const nsIFactory = Components.interfaces.nsIFactory; const nsIModule = Components.interfaces.nsIModule; const nsIPrefBranch = Components.interfaces.nsIPrefBranch; const nsISupportsString = Components.interfaces.nsISupportsString; const nsIWindowWatcher = Components.interfaces.nsIWindowWatcher; const nsIProperties = Components.interfaces.nsIProperties; const nsIFile = Components.interfaces.nsIFile; const nsISimpleEnumerator = Components.interfaces.nsISimpleEnumerator; /** * This file provides a generic default command-line handler. * * It opens the chrome window specified by the pref "toolkit.defaultChromeURI" * with the flags specified by the pref "toolkit.defaultChromeFeatures" * or "chrome,dialog=no,all" is it is not available. * The arguments passed to the window are the nsICommandLine instance.
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This note was uploaded on 03/11/2010 for the course ISD 125 taught by Professor 3ant during the Spring '10 term at École Normale Supérieure.

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