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Subject: Interface description language
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XPIDL (Cross Platform Interface Description Language) is the interface definition language developed by to specify XPCOM interfaces.[1][2]

It is similar to the Object Management Group's CORBA IDL.[1]

Mozilla provides a utility xpidl that converts the IDL files into XPCOM Type Library (.xpt) files.


External links

  • XPIDL,
  • Adding XPIDL interface files to the build process,
  • Creating XPCOM components with JavaScript, Phillip Perkins
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