author Andrew McCreight <>
Wed, 24 Oct 2018 16:10:29 +0000
changeset 491183 70984251b17425dc35f140dbca8097064184afc5
parent 486980 537457dc2f47fa9436c5abb6b27977ae9727e059
permissions -rw-r--r--
Bug 1492584, part 1 - Eagerly initialize nsLayoutModule in the component manager. r=froydnj nsLayoutModule must be initialized in order to call into JS, but I don't want to have to rely on calling a service in that module. Instead, always initialize the module very early in component manager initialization. This also makes initialization more consistent, so things like errors in manifests won't affect when it happens, which can result in different behavior in different builds. I also made nsLayoutModule initialization infallible, because I can't imagine that we can do much that is useful without it. Another change I made is that gInitialized is set to true even in a GPU process. This simplifies checking whether initialization has happened already when we start up the layout module. Differential Revision:


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