Native Widgets and Stuff

People frequently ask why Mozilla implements its own widget set rather than just using the widget set available on whatever platform it's running on. This document is an attempt to explain why.
Read the article (site seems down so I link to Google cached version)

Komodo Breathes New Fire into IDE
ActiveState Komodo is the professional integrated development environment (IDE) for open source languages, providing a powerful workspace for editing, debugging and testing your applications. Komodo supports Perl, PHP, Python, Tcl, XSLT, and numerous other languages, and runs on Linux and Microsoft Windows.
Read the article about Komodo.

- Edit and modify currently loaded stylesheets
- Mozilla, mozilla, mozilla!

September 15, 2003 11:34 AM | Posted in Mozilla


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sorry, but I have a question about spy, I hope you can help me !?

Your website shows me what programs are running on my computer. I have a firewall and i am surving anonym. So could you tell me please, if softwareproducer like Macromedia can see what software I am using an if that software is stolen. Thank you


Comment by Anonymus at September 19, 2003 09:22 PM | Permalink

Most programs have some kind of AutoUpdate feature. This normally sends this kind of info back to the company. Otherwise they can not see it.

Site icon Comment by Henrik Gemal at September 20, 2003 07:51 AM | Permalink

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