Name Description Size
content
jar.mn 1250
moz.build 467
nsISidebar.idl The Sidebar API for 3rd parties 960
nsSidebar.js No magic constructor behaviour, as is de rigeur for XPCOM. If you must perform some initialization, and it could possibly fail (even due to an out-of-memory condition), you should use an Init method, which can convey failure appropriately (thrown exception in JS, NS_FAILED(nsresult) return in C++). In JS, you can actually cheat, because a thrown exception will cause the CreateInstance call to fail in turn, but not all languages are so lucky. (Though ANSI C++ provides exceptions, they are verboten in Mozilla code for portability reasons -- and even when you're building completely platform-specific code, you can't throw across an XPCOM method boundary.) 13604
SuiteSidebar.manifest 268