Your description of what happens for you is a bit vague, so the
following are guesses:
- Snippet277 uses JavaXPCOM, so the javaxpcom.jar in your XULRunner's
root directory needs to be on your .classpath
- I believe that Snippet277 was written prior to the days of XULRunner
1.9.2.x, so it's quite possible (likely) that some of the JavaXPCOM
interfaces it uses do not match what you have in 126.96.36.199. The
snippet's javadoc should have some words added to indicate this. You
may need to make some changes to the snippet to adapt it to the
interfaces in your XULRunner.
On 7/24/2012 10:04 AM, Gerald Radix wrote:
> I would like to use snippet277 for downloading.
> But with xulrunner-188.8.131.52 in debian squeeze, but nothing happens...
> any idea ?