Description of problem:
Since this last release, 3.0-2.6.b3, one of my plugins has stopped working and the error console shows " Error: GetDBView is not defined
Source File: chrome://okopipi/content/okopipi.js
I checked the line and then checked up on GetDBView and it should already be defined by Thunderbird. Has GetDBView() been worked on recently?
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable): 3.0-2.6.b3
Hard to say, technically the plugin(Habu) is unsupported since thunderbird 2.0 but others(myself included) have been keeping it running since that time with no problems other than using the "nightly tester tools". That said, it works if I reinstall the previous versions and dies when I install this version.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install previous versions of tbird, + Habu.
2. Upgrade to 3.0-2.6.b3, Habu stops working. Why?
Plugin won't pull up a list of messages that meet a certain criteria
A list of messages marked as spam, put in a single email and addressed to a spam reporting agency.
Additional info: I'm mostly curious about this because I'd like to maintain this plugin but can't really find enough info about GetDBView in regards to thunderbird, especially if, as I previously suggested, it were deprecated or what-have-you.
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