Bug 1192921 added a system addons directory in Firefox. This is missing in Seamonkey. Because of this you will see occational errors in the web console. >> Timestamp: 2/7/2016 12:30:22 PM >> Error: 1454844622328 addons.xpi ERROR Failed to clean updated >> system add-ons directories.: Win error 2 during operation >> DirectoryIterator.prototype.next on file C:\Users\NO1\AppData\Roaming >> \Mozilla\SeaMonkey\Profiles\es9uf9xh.default\features >> (The system cannot find the file specified.) >> ((unknown module)) No traceback available >> Source File: resource://gre/modules/Log.jsm >> Line: 751 Seems to be harmless and not cause any trouble.
Workaround: Manually add an empty features directory to your profile.
Severity: normal → minor
See also Bug 1229974 for Thunderbird
We see the same errors on Firefox too, I would be fine with just making the add-ons manager code not log in that case.
(In reply to Dave Townsend [:mossop] from comment #3) > We see the same errors on Firefox too, I would be fine with just making the > add-ons manager code not log in that case. yep, AFAICT bug 1192921 canges only two files, both in the toolkit tree (toolkit/mozapps/extensions/internal/XPIProvider.jsm and toolkit/mozapps/extensions/internal/XPIProviderUtils.js), with no #ifdef that I can see. Dave, am I right in thinking that this bug should be regarded as a Toolkit/Add-ons Manager bug, and in fact a followup to bug 1192921, affecting all three of Firefox, Thunderbird and seaMonkey in the same manner? This of course doesn't mean that SeaMonkey volunteers should be barred from proposing a patch (if any of them is willing) but it makes a difference about who would be qualified to review such a patch.
I think the logging shouldn't be completly supressed. Created toolkit Bug 1246614 and submitted a patch. FRG
The reported error in the log should be fixed but I think this bug should be kept open because we do need to add the system addons directory to the profiles in the future.
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