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Re: OSXCompatibilityHeaders on Linux

From: Jason Clouse
Subject: Re: OSXCompatibilityHeaders on Linux
Date: Sun, 14 May 2006 19:37:22 -0400

On 2006-05-14 16:58:54 -0400 Joe Mason <address@hidden> wrote:

On 2006-05-14, Jason Clouse <address@hidden> wrote:
I began working on a CoreFoundation compatibility layer (really just a bunch of #defines that map CF* functions to NS* methods) with the hopes of getting WebKit to build out-of-the-box with GNUstep. I haven't had time to mess much with it lately, though I'm hoping to get back to it at some point.

Is WebKit open-source?  I thought it was proprietary.  The app I'm
trying to port makes heavy use of WebKit - I found gswebkit (don't have the URL handy, but Google should find it) for that, but I figured I'd at
least have to do a lot of tweaking.

Yes, WebKit can be found at webkit.opendarwin.org under the LGPL and BSD licenses (maybe some APSL 2.0 in there too, I don't know for sure).

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