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Topic: JavaScript engine C API
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 54425
From: BrianMcLaughlin
Date: 5/29/2002 05:05 PM

The Acrobat Forms API Reference states that in order to get access to the JavaScript context object running within Acrobat, that the plug-in must link with the JavaScript library provided by Netscape.

Iím having a hard time finding this stuff on Netscapes's site (I found the reference, but no hits on how to get jsapi.h, any necessary libs to link, etc). Could someone who has used this point me to a URL/documentation that discusses downloading and installing the appropriate files? I am interested in extending Acrobatís implementation of JavaScript to include my own custom objects in a plug-in.

Thanks!


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