The main idea was of course to have independent programs just in case something went wrong and it crashes. With libxul as a shared library that holds the main functionality of mozilla the programs using libxul should be quite small. I don't use libxul with firefox3 and thunderbird currently, but if I can fix mozilla 1.9.1 i have to.foetz wrote:i never understood the firefox/thunderbird combination given that seamonkey has both. because then at least you gotta load the whole mozilla basic stuff only once.
but if I can fix mozilla 1.9.1 i have to.
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