Support for Firefox #22

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ivmarkov opened this Issue Feb 23, 2014 · 3 comments

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ivmarkov commented Feb 23, 2014

This is not impossible, but quite some work, as Firefox's JSD2 seems quite a bit different from WIP. If we are lucky, this (http://remotedebug.org/) may take off in the meantime, and then Firefox support will come for free.

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jonl-percsolutions-com May 13, 2015

It appears there has been movement on the firefox bridge:

https://github.com/auchenberg/remotedebug-firefox-bridge

It appears there has been movement on the firefox bridge:

https://github.com/auchenberg/remotedebug-firefox-bridge

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How exactly did you come to that conclusion? :)
Latest commit is 5 months ago - and it seems to be a pull request for a simple rename.
All the rest seems to be one to two years old...

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ivmarkov commented May 14, 2015

How exactly did you come to that conclusion? :)
Latest commit is 5 months ago - and it seems to be a pull request for a simple rename.
All the rest seems to be one to two years old...

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jonl-percsolutions-com May 14, 2015

My comment was more informational for anyone who came across this request and wondering what the status of it the firefox implementation of remotedebug, or even that there was one, could know about that repo and possibly commit to it if they have time instead of digging around themselves.

My comment was more informational for anyone who came across this request and wondering what the status of it the firefox implementation of remotedebug, or even that there was one, could know about that repo and possibly commit to it if they have time instead of digging around themselves.

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