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JavaXPCOM provides a bridge for Java applications to embed Gecko and use XPCOM components. Building JavaXPCOM requires an installed JDK and a few build options.


Building JavaXPCOM requires an installed JDK.

Build Options

To enable building the JavaXPCOM components, you must build the "java" extension. This is normally accomplished with the following flag in your mozconfig file:

ac_add_options --enable-javaxpcom

The configure code must be able to find the installed JDK. You must either set the <tt>JAVA_HOME</tt> environment variable to point to the directory of your JDK installation, or specify the additional configure flag:

ac_add_options --with-java-include-path=dir
ac_add_options --with-java-bin-path=dir

Note: If you are building on Mac OS X and you do not specify the <tt>--with-java-include-path</tt> or <tt>--with-java-bin-path</tt> configure flags, the build defaults to <tt>/System/Library/Frameworks/JavaVM.framework/Headers</tt>.


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