- As a start, I made a clone of the
tabbrowser.xml, and made some changes to let it add non-conversation content. Here‘s a diff of
addGenericTabwith Mic’s comments.
- I then created tabtest.xml and tabtest.css (for binding) in order to test it out.
- I created a small add-on (bootstrap.js) to add a new tab with the contents of tabtest.xml when the buddy list is clicked. I couldn’t get it to work however.
- Mic got it to work from the error console using the same code, but we couldn’t figure out what was wrong on my end and decided to debug further tomorrow.
Today GSoC really started to kick in. I started a repo for the project here. As Mic suggested, I started working on getting the tabbrowser to accept tabs that aren’t linked to conversations.
Hello, world!This blog is dedicated to documenting my progress through Google Summer of Code 2013 with Instantbird – a Mozilla based instant messaging client. I will be working on Awesometab – a replacement for the current “Join chat” dialog that aims to be good-looking, efficient, and feature full auto-completion goodness.
I’ll be posting daily updates here detailing what I’ve been up to during the day, as well as posts summarizing progress on a weekly basis.
Here’s looking forward to a great summer!