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A simple library to embed Gecko (xulrunner) for the Mono Winforms WebControl. gluezilla - c glue for xulrunner tests/browser - test app Building ======== Since Mozilla has changed quite a bit across various versions and the way that it has been packaged and its APIs differ from one version to another you will need to tune your setup according to your OS. The recommended version of the Mozilla engine is >= 1.8 ==================================== Using your distro's mozilla packages Example Platform: openSUSE 10.2 ==================================== Before starting, make sure you install the following packages and any dependencies they may have: mozilla-nss-devel mozilla-nspr-devel mozilla-xulrunner181 mozilla-xulrunner181-devel Invoke configure like this: ./autogen.sh [--enable-optimize=yes] The --enable-optimize flag will enable -O2, if =no it will use -g3 instead. ===================================================== Using the Mozilla packages instead of distro packages ===================================================== If for some reason you have problems installing the xulrunner packages, you can use the mozilla-distributed ones to build. Inside the build directory there are some scripts to help set up a local build. 1) Obtain the xulrunner runtime and sdk from Mozilla. You can either download directly, or: * go to the build/ directory * run "get-gecko-sdk.sh" This will download and untar the packages for you. 2) Run "make". This will create the proper directories with the contents of the sdk plus some extra headers that are needed. 3) Go to xulrunner/ and run: ./xulrunner --register-user This will register the runtime for your user. You can use --register-global to register this runtime for all users, instead 4) Now you can build gluezilla. Invoke configure like this: ./autogen.sh --enable-local=yes [--enable-optimize=yes] The --enable-optimize flag will enable -O2, if =no it will use -g3 instead. Testing ======= Once you have build and installed the software, go to: cd tests/browser and type make test Before running the test app, you will need to create the following directory tree where the test app is: Cache components Profiles Profiles/profile Then run mono test.exe