The following progids should be defined in nsI*.h files. I've had to manually define them in order to access the components they reference: static const char *NS_RDFSERVICE_PROGID = "component://netscape/rdf/rdf- service"; static const char *NS_CONTAINERUTILS_PROGID = "component://netscape/rdf/container-utils"; static const char *NS_RDFCONTAINER_PROGID = "component://netscape/rdf/container";
reassigning to brendan and ccing waterson
Assignee: endico → brendan
QA Contact: nobody → endico
Sounds like an RDF bug. /be
Assignee: brendan → waterson
Progids should not be in nsI*.h files. progIDs identify implementations, and the ``I'' in nsI*.h stands for ``interface''. You want an rdf-progids.h, perhaps, which lists all the progids for our RDF components. You don't want (and, more strongly, I don't want for you =) ) implementation labels mixed into interface headers, though this misguided practice isn't uncommon in our tree. (Would you have all of the widget progids in nsIWidget.h? All the progids in the product tacked onto the end of nsISupports.h? Folly, I say.)
Sure, I'll put a bunch of #defines into mozilla/rdf/base/public/rdf.h. Sounds like a good idea.
Status: NEW → ASSIGNED
Product: Architecture → Browser
Target Milestone: --- → M16
Version: unspecified → other
Ed, can you give me patches? thanks...
Assignee: waterson → edburns
Status: ASSIGNED → NEW
Target Milestone: M16 → ---
I don't think a patch will help, since my changes were in the file mozilla/java/webclient/src_moz/rdf_util.h but here's the relevent data: rdf_util.h:static const char *NS_IRDFSERVICE_PROGID = "component://netscape/rdf/rdf-service"; rdf_util.h:static const char *NS_ICONTAINERUTILS_PROGID = "component://netscape/rdf/container-utils"; rdf_util.h:static const char *NS_IBOOKMARKSSERVICE_PROGID = "component://netscape/browser/bookmarks-service"; rdf_util.h:static const char *NS_IRDFCONTAINER_PROGID = "component://netscape/rdf/container"; I'm reassigning this to waterson.
Assignee: edburns → waterson
Chris, any progress on this? Ed
i'm not going to fix this.
Status: ASSIGNED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 19 years ago
Resolution: --- → WONTFIX
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