User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; PPC Mac OS X Mach-O; en-US; rv:1.7) Gecko/20040628 Firefox/0.9.1
Build Identifier: Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; PPC Mac OS X Mach-O; en-US; rv:1.7) Gecko/20040628 Firefox/0.9.1
Mozcc is an excellent extension which provides creative commons licence
information when it is present as RDF. http://www.yergler.net/projects/mozcc/
However this only works for HTML or Mozilla native SVG.
There is a problem with Mozilla architecture and adobe asv3.1 plugin
architecture that is preventing mozcc accessing the RDF creative commons licence.
This would appear rather strange, as this is all text, and presumably available
to mozilla irrespective of the adobe plugin, eg <view source> displays correctly.
I realise that this is a tricky issue, and believe it needs urgent attention.
Mozcc represents an extremely good use of RDF.
Furthermore SVG, CC, and Mozilla are all dedicated to open source in their
please get this done!
Steps to Reproduce:
1.install adobe asv 3.1
mozcc claims no RDF creative commons licence information is available
graphical icon indicating Public Domain
further and full information when clicking on the CC icon
Does it happen if some other plug-in is responsible for rendering? I am not
sure how mozcc works, but I think that Mozilla implicitly creates an
HTML "thunk" to pull-in plug-in data which looks like this:
Maybe mozcc mistakenly tries to get licence out of that thing.
Yes, that is what mozCC does. For HTML documents it uses
document.documentElement.innerHTML to get the document contents and then parse
them for in-comment RDF, etc. It seems that the Adobe SVG plugin doesn't
actually expose the DOM tree in a similar fashion. Of course, I'm open to
suggestions on other (better) ways to extract the document source, or ways to
access the Adobe SVG DOM that I haven't tried yet.
You won't be able to access Adobe SVG DOM since it not (and could not) be
exposed to Mozilla. This problem might be fixed in the future versions of
Mozilla and SVG plugin - but that's long term. Meanwhile you could detect an
HTML stub, load the source of the object and parse it using regular Mozilla
XML parser. This would work with all XML formats and all plug-ins.
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The adobe SVG 3.1 plug in is dead. It it no longer supported by Adobe.
please leave my bugs alone, this has nothing to do with adobe
In comment 0 you wrote
> There is a problem with Mozilla architecture and adobe asv3.1 plugin
> architecture that is preventing mozcc accessing the RDF creative commons
So why is it now not about Adobe?
this would require some effort by the plugin vendor, and as the plugin is defunct, this bug is effectively wontfix.