Node wrapper for creating a child process (spawn) of a gecko runtime firefox / b2g-desktop.
var run = run;// see lib/run.js for all of the optionsvar options// profile: '/path/to/profile' (product profile)// url: 'initial url to start at'// argv: ['-jsconsole'] extra flags that this library does not have special handling for// run is smart enoguh to figure out where the binary is based on the product name itself.// for example on OSX firefox is actually at /Applications/Firefox.app/Contents/MacOS/firefox-bin// this means that you safely pass in a directory and expect it to find the binary on linux or OSX.product: 'firefox';// options are optional;
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Copyright (c) 2013 Sahaja James Lal
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