Your fork is very useful, and has allowed me to hack together a
However, I am concerned that you won't be able to maintain a fork
forever and at some point in the future integrating XUL extensions
with Jetpack code will become impossible or at least very frustrating
Do you know why the --template / --templatedir functionality was
removed from the addon SDK? Is it going to be replaced/supported in
The steps described in https://jetpack.mozillalabs.com/sdk/1.0b1/docs/#guide/xul-extensions no longer work.On Thu, Jan 20, 2011 at 1:08 PM, imiaou <imi...@gmail.com> wrote:I follow documentation to setup. When I type 'cfx run -t extension' in
SDK, I get 'cfx: error: no such option: -t'.
Anyone know why I get this error?
I have a fork of the SDK here: https://github.com/nickolay/addon-sdk/tree/WIP-xul-extensions
With it you can run a test XUL extension like this:
1) activate the SDK as usual
2) create an empty directory, cd inside it.
3) run cfx init --template xul - this will create an example extension in the current directory
4) test or run the example extension with cfx run/test --templatedir extension