|Subject:||Re: Webkit for GNUstep|
|Date:||Thu, 03 Aug 2006 22:56:53 +0200|
On a side-note: this project is a PITA. If you take a look at the makefiles and try to figure out WTF is supposed to happen, you'll know what I mean. And no, using bakefiles (as you're supposed to) won't help. For one, because only parts of the required files are created (some source files are yacc/lex-files and need to be 'translated' first) and second, only a small part of the libs is being compiled, because required libs (like CoreFoundation) do not exist normally.
There's a project, OSB-Webkit (or sth similar) that just builds those parts and while it is reasonably useful (as far as I've seen) it doesn't give you the full functionality of what would be possible...
To top it off, the WebKit-team is considering a complete switch to C++ (meaning to drop any ObjC/ObjC++ support) and apparently get rid of Foundation/AppKit use.
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