So disabling the compatibility check would make it install even if some parts don't work which to me makes more sense than have to run every addon you want through a program that just changes the install.rdf
I don't want to disable all compatibility checks, doing that will insure I remain in outdated addon purgatory forever more. As for editing install.rdf, that's precisely what I've been doing by hand until now, so what's wrong with a little streamlining?
[...] can only lower .net dependency, I dont want rewrite it to C++ (or whatever)
It was just a wish; downgrading the .net requirement will be great, the app will still be useful (at least to some), thanks for sharing.
You don't need an external program for this. Just use an existing Firefox extension like: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/checkcompatibility/
If I don't absolutely have to, I'd rather not add yet another extension to my already overloaded Mozilla manifestations... one of the addons I always use, 'Configuration Mania
, still actively developed and which, BTW, is only a GUI for editing 'about:config' or 'pref.js') already has options to suspend compatibility checking, graded by version -- but I'd much rather do it on an individual extension base.