xulrunner-16.0 - a XUL + XPCOM application runner
2. SYNOPSIS ▲
xulrunner-16.0 [OPTIONS] APP-FILE [APP-OPTIONS]
3. DESCRIPTION ▲
XULRunner is a single "gecko runtime" that can be used to bootstrap multiple XUL + XPCOM applications that are as rich as Firefox and Thunderbird.
4. OPTIONS ▲
A summary of the options directly supported by xulrunner-16.0 is included below.
4.1. X11 options ▲
- --display= DISPLAY
X display to use
Make X calls synchronous
Don't use X shared memory extension
- --xim-preedit= STYLE
- --xim-status= STYLE
Make all warnings fatal
4.2. Xulrunner options ▲
Show summary of options.
Print XULRunner version.
Print the GRE version string on stdout.
Find a GRE with version <version> and print its path on stdout.
--install-app APPLICATION [DESTINATION [DIRECTORYNAME]]
Install a XUL application at the given destination, with the given directory name.
Starts XULRunner through a debugger (gdb by default).
- --debugger program
Use program as a debugger for XULRunner. Implies -debug.
5. APP-FILE ▲
The app-file is a manifest, located at the root of the application and provides metadata that allows XULRunner to launch the application properly. It must be named application.ini. It is parsed as a INI style with [Headings] and Key=Value pairs. Lines beginning with ; or # are treated as comments. Its format is further described on https://developer.mozilla.org/en/XUL_Application_Packaging#application.ini.
6. APP-OPTIONS ▲
Any option following the application.ini file path will be fed by XULRunner to the application. As such, these options are dependent on the application.
7. ENVIRONMENT ▲
MOZILLA_DISABLE_PLUGINS - when set, totally disables loading browser plugins (the ones that appear at the about:plugins url)
8. BUGS ▲
To report a bug, please visit http://bugzilla.mozilla.org/ and/or report bugs to the Debian Bug Tracking System, as usual.
9. AUTHORS ▲
The Mozilla Organization