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I've been writing software for 33yrs. I've many apps. I'd like to use html/xml to replace my aging IDE's. Firefox will no longer execuate a binary directly called from hypertext on the local system. Why?
I would rather not re-write the old IDE's I've been using for years but rather replace them with html/xml web style pages. Konqueror will locally execute binaries with a launcher script. Firefox, Chrome, re-Konq, WebPositive, and IE Explorer will not. If Firefox or SeaMonkey would execute my binaries I could easily replace the old IDE's and save myself and my clients a lot of time and money.
Firefox does not execute binaries for security reasons. That is, to prevent novice users from installing malware.Leggere questa risposta nel contesto 👍 0
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Firefox does not execute binaries for security reasons. That is, to prevent novice users from installing malware.
That isn't acceptable. I guess that if you don't want to tell me I'll go to Opera or Chrome and ask. I could simply disassemble the code. That takes a long time. 270 Clients some running software that was written as fare back as 1979. I know I'm small, but they have families and business to run. The cost of re-developing the IDE's is huge for small business. I had hoped you would help.