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Newsgroup summaries:mozilla-dev-embedding:2006-10-06

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=Announcements==How to customize document retrieval===TBAOne method is to implement your own protocol method. You can find more information on adding new protocols [ here]=Discussions==How to embedding mozilla inside of Java===#There hasn't been any good code examples found. However, there is a stripped down, uncommented code with eclipse libraries in [ Handling com/group/ this] thread. Here is the document retrival for an embedded gecko ] code :<brpre>Using your own method to retrieve documents rather than looking up the URL on the networkimport org.eclipse.swt.SWT;import org.eclipse.swt.browser.MozillaBrowser;import org.eclipse.swt.browser.ProgressEvent;import org.eclipse.swt.browser.ProgressListener;import org.eclipse.swt.widgets.Display;import org.eclipse.swt.widgets.Shell;import org.mozilla.xpcom.nsIDOMDocument; public class Test {# public static void main(String args[]) { Display display = new Display(); Shell shell = new Shell(display);  final MozillaBrowser browser = new MozillaBrowser(shell,WT.BORDER); browser.setUrl(" Difficulty embedding mozilla using java] com"); browser.addProgressListener(new ProgressListener() { public void changed(ProgressEvent event) { }  public void completed(ProgressEvent event) { nsIDOMDocument doc = browser.getDocument(); System.out.println(doc); } });  while (!shell.isDisposed()) { if (!display.readAndDispatch()) { display.sleep(); } } }<br/pre>Trying ===Javascript callback function with C++ embedding===Define an XPCOM class defining the function you'll be doing in javascript. Then pass the object to your XPCOM coded object and call it from C++. You can find a good this answered repeated and with an example of how to embed [ using Java.=Meetings=TBAdev.embedding/browse_thread/thread/af33a04e00387f5d/34d897200d736061#34d897200d736061 here]

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