including a js file in bootstrap.js firefox for android extension

Actually, content is supported in bootstrapped add-ons since quite some time (first in Gecko 8 and starting with Gecko 10, it will auto load manifests, IIRC). You can load js code modules from chrome://yourpackage/content/... not just from resource-URIs (since Gecko 4, IIRC). So there is nothing holding you back from using mozilla-style code modules. Also, a couple of add-ons manually add resource substitutions.

The stuff that Erik wrote uses a custom include function, implemented in the corresponding bootstrap.js using loadSubScript. That's an option, too. This scheme was invented when it wasn't yet possible to use js code modules from bootstrapped add-ons properly, e.g. because there was no Cu.unload yet.

Using content + Cu.import + Cu.unload is likely the easiest approach.

Real world example in one of my own add-ons (Desktop + Android) (the rest of the add-on is written using a custom commonjs-style require loader, so don't get distracted by that).

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