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Programming Social Applications by Jonathan LeBlanc

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Running Caja with an OpenSocial Gadget

As we’ve seen, the command-line scripts in the Caja bin directory include a script to run the command-line cajoler on an input file. There used to be another option here for cajoling a gadget automatically, cajole_gadget, but that has been removed from Caja’s base functionality and has instead been integrated into the Shindig core as a user-enabled extension. Thus, the cajole_gadget script is no longer an option for command-line cajoling of OpenSocial gadgets.

So, in the next sections, we will explore other ways to integrate Caja into an existing gadget to secure the gadget rendering process.

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