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firebreath-1.6.0/README.md

FireBreath

Home page: http://www.firebreath.org

FireBreath is a cross-platform browser plugin framework. It supports ActiveX and NPAPI on Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux (probably other unix-derivitives as well).

Getting the source

After checking out the source, make sure you run:

git submodule update --init --recursive

in the project root to get the linked repositories. The main one you want is the firebreath-boost repository. You don't need firebreath-boost if you use WITH_SYSTEM_BOOST.

Using Subversion

If you choose to use subversion to check out FireBreath, make sure you also check out the firebreath-boost project as src/3rdParty/boost/ (you'll have to remove the existing directory).

Good luck!