[webkit-dev] Small question about versioning

2007-08-17 Thread Mike Hommey
Hi, When a change like [1] occurs, does it mean the current tree is released as version 523.2 or that the previous revision was the release of 523.1 ? Mike 1. http://git.debian.org/?p=pkg-webkit/upstream.git;a=commitdiff;h=5f89c9a60be55543a10bbd800e244fd57206f26a

Re: [webkit-dev] Small question about versioning

2007-08-17 Thread Maciej Stachowiak
On Aug 16, 2007, at 11:20 PM, Mike Hommey wrote: Hi, When a change like [1] occurs, does it mean the current tree is released as version 523.2 or that the previous revision was the release of 523.1 ? These version numbers in the .xcodeproj files are an Apple-internal versioning scheme.

Re: [webkit-dev] Qt/Win32 build environment

2007-08-17 Thread Artem Ananiev
Hi, Lars, thank you for the link. As I understand, Qt/Win32 port requires some libs from GnuWin32 - why not Cygwin? Are there any principal problems with Cygwin? Thanks, Artem Lars Knoll wrote: Hi Artem, there are some instructions on howto build QtWebKit on Windows on the WebKit wiki:

Re: [webkit-dev] Qt/Win32 build environment

2007-08-17 Thread Lars Knoll
On Friday 17 August 2007 15:21:27 Artem Ananiev wrote: Hi, Lars, thank you for the link. As I understand, Qt/Win32 port requires some libs from GnuWin32 - why not Cygwin? Are there any principal problems with Cygwin? We require some libs from GnuWin32 for the build tools (bison et.al).

[webkit-dev] identifying a unique iPhone?

2007-08-17 Thread Scott
Hopefully this is the proper list to post to: I am writing an iPhone web application, and know how to tell that I am talking to an iPhone, but is there a way to uniquely identify a specific iPhone? For example, some header or something I can get with either server side or browser side code

Re: [webkit-dev] identifying a unique iPhone?

2007-08-17 Thread Timothy Hatcher
Anything other than a cookie would be a privacy risk. So there is no other way. This list is also not the best place to ask iPhone specific questions like this. (Though I don't have another list to recommend.) On Aug 17, 2007, at 12:07 PM, Scott wrote: Hopefully this is the proper list

Re: [webkit-dev] identifying a unique iPhone?

2007-08-17 Thread Oliver Hunt
Errr, you can get and use a cookie. That's why cookies exist. I very much doubt that there's an ability to uniquely identify a specific iPhone without a cookie anymore than you can uniquely identify any other computer/web browser --Oliver On 17/08/2007, at 12:07 PM, Scott wrote: