Multibyte(Japanese) support version ++ Rated 4 out of 5 stars

@Morisatos
Here you are !! ;-D

Multibyte(Japanese) support version is here.
http://knoa.jp/up/linkification.1.3.8.mb.xpi
# It detect urls/mails by white characters list. (by black list in the original.)
# It uses pretty simple regex, but may be better in general browsing.
# I rerwite Firefox support version for 10.*. :-)

test case:
http://knoa.jp/up/linkification.txt
http://yellow5.us/firefox/testcases.txt

Multibyte(Japanese) support version + Rated 4 out of 5 stars

@Morisatos Thanks again.
I just add "@" to white list of URL characters pattern.

Multibyte(Japanese) support version is here.
http://knoa.jp/up/linkification.1.3.8.mb.xpi
# It detect urls/mails by white characters list. (by black list in the original.)
# It uses pretty simple regex, but may be better in general browsing.
# I rerwite Firefox support version for 10.*. :-)

test case:
http://knoa.jp/up/linkification.txt

Multibyte(Japanese) support version Rated 4 out of 5 stars

I wrote below past day, but deleted by webmaster(?).
Is modifying xpi files not allowed ? How can I learn rule ? What's the defference with other uploaders ?

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@Morisatos Thanks!!

Multibyte(Japanese) support version is here.
http://knoa.jp/up/linkification.1.3.8.mb.xpi
# It detect urls/mails by white characters list. (by black list in the original.)
# It uses pretty simple regex, but may be better in general browsing.
# I rerwite Firefox support version for 10.*. :-)

test case:
http://knoa.jp/up/linkification.txt

Customise for multibyte support Rated 4 out of 5 stars

This is a worse sample of mail/url detector by white list.
You can edit "\chrome\linkification\content\linkification\linkification.js".

// var sURLPath = sURLPathChars + '*' + sEndChars;
var sURLPath = '[0-9a-z\\.\\-\\_\\/\\~\\%\\+\\?\\=\\&\\#\\*\\:\\;\\,]+[0-9a-z\\-\\_\\/\\~\\%\\+\\?\\=\\&\\#\\*\\:\\;\\,]';

// var sRegExpEmail = '(' + sUserNamePasswordChars + '+@' + '(?:(?:(?:' + sAllSubDomain + '\\.)+' + sTopLevelDomains + ')|(?:' + sIPAddress + '))(?:' + sGetStringChars + '+' + sEndChars + ')?)';
var sRegExpEmail = '([0-9a-z\\.\\-\\_\\+]+@[0-9a-z\\.\\-]+[a-z])';

test case:
http://knoa.jp/up/linkification.txt

Rated 4 out of 5 stars

@Ral of July 23, 2011
Yes. It seems to detect email by blacklist of separator like spaces or quotes("). But It can't detect in Japanese or some other language sentences by blacklist. It should detect email by whitelist regex like [a-zA-Z\.\_\-]@..., I think.

Multibyte support Rated 4 out of 5 stars

It sometimes be confused by multibyte characters in Japanese sentences.
Test case: http://knoa.jp/up/linkification.txt

**reply @Ral of July 23, 2011**
Yes. It seems to detect email by blacklist of separator like spaces or quotes("). But It can't detect in Japanese or some other language sentences by blacklist. It should detect email by whitelist regex like [a-zA-Z\.\_\-]@..., I think.

Multibyte support Rated 4 out of 5 stars

It sometimes be confused by multibyte characters in Japanese sentences.
Test case: http://knoa.jp/up/linkification.txt