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I2P Browser Development And Hacking

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Recommended development preferences

Note: Not all preferences are defined by default, and are therefore not listed by default. You will have to create new (boolean) entries for them.

browser.dom.window.dump.enabled = true
  - Enables the use of the dump() statement to print to the standard console. See window.dump for more info.
     You can use nsIConsoleService instead of dump() from a privileged script. = true
  - This enables to run JavaScript code snippets in the chrome context of the Scratchpad from the Tools menu.
     Don't forget to switch from content to browser as context.

javascript.options.showInConsole = true

dom.report_all_js_exceptions = true

devtools.errorconsole.enabled = true
  - Logs errors in chrome files to the Error Console.

nglayout.debug.disable_xul_fastload = true

nglayout.debug.disable_xul_cache = true
  - Disables the XUL cache so that changes to windows and dialogs do not require a restart. This assumes you're using directories rather than JARs.
     Changes to XUL overlays will still require reloading of the document overlaid.

extensions.logging.enabled = true
  - This will send more detailed information about installation and update problems to the Error Console. (Note that the extension manager 
     automatically restarts the application at startup sometimes, which may mean you won't have time to see the messages logged before 
     the automatic restart happens. To see them, prevent the automatic restart by setting the environment NO_EM_RESTART to 1 before 
     starting the application.)

dom.report_all_js_exceptions = true

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