Actually Eclipse uses XPCOM to embed xulrunner, and exposes JavaXPCOM to clients. So the second part is of course dependent on JavaXPCOM's fate, but the embedding part could continue on without JavaXPCOM.
"Benjamin Smedberg" <benj...@smedbergs.us> wrote in message news:firstname.lastname@example.org... > On 4/7/11 9:41 AM, CMB wrote: >> Would this terminate embedding gecko in IDE's (ex eclipse), TopStyle >> ecc.? > Eclipse uses javaxpcom to do embedding. If somebody wishes to maintain > that code, they may continue to do so, but it will not be built into > XULRunner or available in the main mozilla codebase. > > --BDS >