One of the topics at a Google conference is "Writing Extensions for Google Chrome".
This is great to hear. I also noticed that in the current chrome developer release there is basic support for userscripts. Infact, I'm going to go install that release now.
Things likelook really promising.Code:var extension = new chromium.Extension()
Last edited by flynch01; 02-06-2009 at 10:25 AM.
Oh, didn't know. I never really looked into it.
Last edited by flynch01; 02-06-2009 at 02:12 PM.
I'd be amazed if Chrome used XUL: it's an unspecified proprietary format, so implementing it interoperably outwith Gecko would be very hard. XBL1 is equally unspecified (as Gecko uses), though XBL2 is specified and does have a work-in-progress (though untouched for months) implementation in WebKit.
I am not yet a big fan of chrome. I am a firfox man i have all the plugins i need. Plus i am one of those people who says if it aint broke don't fix it.