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ASOLAr
Has anyone tried to search for various XUL/JS/C++ keywords in the firefox source... is there any shortcuts?
brosnan
ASOLAr: https://dxr.mozilla.org
ASOLAr
Thanks...
brosnan
Using the Firefox inspector
ASOLAr
Can you help me find "noSourcesText"... I found it in the mozilla source in my live debug however there is an issue where I want to find the function that calls that.
brosnan
ASOLAr: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Tools/Browser_Console and https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Tools/Browser_Toolbox
ASOLAr
In some situations it doesn't load the JS source. It has something to do with the debugger-controller.js line 1295
(i'll take a look at these docs thanks - maybe I'm missing something)
brosnan: Do you know how to break on tab switching? Its related to the issue. The debugger-controller is only called on a full page refresh after that it is cached.
quup
Hi, how do I ignore expride certificate? https://caremad.io/blog/setup-vs-requirement/
not
I don't care about security when browsing a blog....
auscompgeek
quup: press the add exception button
         

quup
auscompgeek: I don't have one, ff39 http://i.imgur.com/jAAy8de.png
b0at
yep, no exceptions for hsts
welcome to the new, broken web
auscompgeek
and this is why you should never use HSTS if you can never remember to renew a cert...
nate
Technically FF is one of like two browsers that don't let you override HSTS
Which I really wish they would change
I know it's technically spec-suggested but the problem is, it has 0 to do with renewing a cert
Firefox goes the somewhat stupid extra step of also considering self-signed certs technically completely HSTS-Invalid, so you can't bypass a self-signed either
But lets ignore evne that all for a moment, what happens of an SSL cert was revoked for breach or something, and you have to access some kind of control panel to replace/update the cert on-server, nope, can't bypass to fix a broke/breached SSL cert either because Firefox is being a little -too- spec-exact :P
mices
hello
i'm trying to read pages from the cache because a page change i wanna see the old pages
i dl'd mozillacacheview but what i see is confusing
looks like mostly image files
bjoernb
hi
firefox keeps going full screen after a short time using, and i do not know what to do about it. happened after a crash of firefox
bye
mices
when i go to about:cache and click "list cache entries" they all have a last modified date of today why is that where's yesterday's?
git
did you shut your computer down? or close firefox?
mices
yea
git
that would be where your memory cache went
mices
when i view web pages they're written to disk before displaying on screen right?
git
i don't know, but i doubt everything is written to the disk
chances are if they don
i forgot what i was going to say there...
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