automatically moving this bug from bugsplat to bugzilla failed. so I'm doing it by hand. here's the bugsplat log: right now, we don't support the -aim command line argument to launch just aim in 5.0 ------- Additional Comments From amusil Oct-28-1999 14:47 ------- Is this a Linux only option or Windows as well? ------- Additional Comments From sspitzer Oct-28-1999 15:13 ------- it would on all three platforms. on mac, to exercise it, we'd have a "Mozilla AIM" file that had one line, args:-aim see mozilla/xpfe/bootstrap/Mozilla_Editor for an example. ------- Additional Comments From syd Dec-24-1999 13:57 ------- will need to move xpfe/bootstrap over into the ns tree in order to accomplish this, no problem. ------- Additional Comments From amusil Jan-11-2000 15:43 ------- I'll take a look at this ------- Additional Comments From amusil Jan-12-2000 16:44 ------- This can already be achieved by: mozilla.exe -chrome chrome://aim/content/App.xul does this work OK for you? Is there a way (w/o having to modify C++ code) to make -aim equivalent to this? ------- Additional Comments From amusil Jan-20-2000 16:12 ------- Reassigning to sspitzer as per our conversation.
this used to be bug http://scopus/bugsplat/show_bug.cgi?id=368159 adding travis to the cc list. the whole point of this bug is we won't be hard coding each command line argument, we'll be using XPCOM to accomplish this.
QA Contact: nobody → prass
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 24870 ***
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 19 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
veryfying as dupe
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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