[webkit-dev] Directory for Safari 3 for Windows plugins that
isn't in Program Files?
ajmas at sympatico.ca
Sat Jul 7 09:20:50 PDT 2007
It would be interesting to see what the people at Microsoft suggest.
Even if it is not established now, maybe this is something that could
In ideal Windows world it be nice to see Program Files\Common
or Application Data\Shared\Internet Plugins being used, but it would
be worth having the guys over at Redmond comment on this.
On 6-Jul-07, at 21:02 , jhaygood at spsu.edu wrote:
> Unlike on Linux, I don't think there's a "standard" path for plugins
> that's in the user's account folder.. sadly...
> On 7/6/07, Oliver Hunt <ojh16 at student.canterbury.ac.nz> wrote:
>> I believe we are scanning everywhere NPAPI (eg. Firefox) plugins
>> would normally live. If there's a standard path that we're missing
>> we would appreciate a bug being filed on it.
>> On 6/07/2007, at 4:33 PM, MILIANO Vitorio wrote:
>> > Hello, the Apple web-dev list suggested I post this question here:
>> > I'm an NPAPI plugin author looking for some help on where Safari
>> 3 for
>> > Windows likes its plugins.
>> > For Windows users without administrator access, there's no way to
>> > write
>> > files into the Program Files directory, so no way to install
>> > into Program Files\Safari\Plugins.
>> > Is there an alternate directory location available, or will
>> there be?
>> > Application Data\Apple Computer\Safari\Plugins, perhaps? I haven't
>> > found a location that's worked.
>> > Thanks,
>> > Vitorio Miliano
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