[webkit-dev] A compiling error of JavaScriptCore/kjs/nodes.cpp

2008-03-18 Thread 世东 罗
hi, everyone, I encounter a problem when compiling the webkit WebKit-r31090 in Fedora Core 4, the tools is Qt is :Qt-4.3.4 g++: 4.0.2 the error is as follows: ../../../JavaScriptCore/kjs/nodes.h:211: error:‘typedef enum KJS::ExpressionNode::CallerType

Re: [webkit-dev] interested in js speed-up

2008-03-18 Thread Akos Kiss
Dear Geoff, let me ask one more question: when is this bytecode approach expected to get into the mainline of WebKit? Cheers, Akos Geoffrey Garen írta: Hi Akos. Hi Geoff, thanks for the info. It seems to me that your answers cancelled my options. :) Optimizing the AST is not the best

Re: [webkit-dev] interested in js speed-up

2008-03-18 Thread Geoffrey Garen
let me ask one more question: when is this bytecode approach expected to get into the mainline of WebKit? I'm shooting for some time during this rapidly ending week :). Sorry -- before it gets into the mainline of WebKit, the bytecode engine will need more refinement and bug fixing. Maybe

[webkit-dev] Need advise and code review for use of JSAPI to read and write html values from C++

2008-03-18 Thread Richard Bailey
I looked for but did not find samples for doing this. If I missed such samples and documentation, please send me links. The code below is my first draft (compiled and verified) to read and write values from an HTML page. I appreciate any suggestions you can offer. Also, is the JS API the best

Re: [webkit-dev] Inspector no longer shows elements properties

2008-03-18 Thread Max Barel
I filed a bug (http://bugs.webkit.org/show_bug.cgi?id=17768) and a few comments about this point. Today Safari 3.1 is out with that useless properties pane while this bug is still unconfirmed. I can't believe I'm the only one using Webkit as primary dev browser. I now have to use firefox to

[webkit-dev] Web Inspector Can't Save Images or Open Images in New Window

2008-03-18 Thread Ben Mills
After upgrading to Safari 3.1 why can I no longer open web inspector and download images or open them in a new window. The contextual menu has the options but they do nothing when selected and are not grayed out. Everything worked perfectly in Safari 3.0.4 on OS X 10.4 -10.5.2 but the new

Re: [webkit-dev] Web Inspector Can't Save Images or Open Images in New Window

2008-03-18 Thread David Hyatt
I would guess that you have a misbehaving extension/add-on installed. dave On Mar 18, 2008, at 5:07 PM, Ben Mills wrote: After upgrading to Safari 3.1 why can I no longer open web inspector and download images or open them in a new window. The contextual menu has the options but they do

Re: [webkit-dev] Web Inspector Can't Save Images or Open Images in New Window

2008-03-18 Thread Timothy Hatcher
If it worked before, this is is a regression. I confirmed they don't work in Safari 3.1, but I never tried this in Safari 3. Can you file a bug at bugs.webkit.org? On Mar 18, 2008, at 3:07 PM, Ben Mills wrote: After upgrading to Safari 3.1 why can I no longer open web inspector and

[webkit-dev] How is JSConsole used/accessible in current webkit?

2008-03-18 Thread Richard Bailey
I've been reading through the code and seem to be missing how I can activate JSConsole. It is functioning, or disabled in current webkit? Richard ___ webkit-dev mailing list webkit-dev@lists.webkit.org

[webkit-dev] Web Inspector Can't Save Images or Open Images in New Window

2008-03-18 Thread Ben Mills
I have no abnormal plugins installed. Just flash and quicktime as far as I know. Sure I can submit a bug report. In Safari 3 I could even click on the images and drag them around. Meaning I could drag them to the desired folder I wanted to put it in. I can't even do that in Safari 3.1 with

Re: [webkit-dev] How is JSConsole used/accessible in current webkit?

2008-03-18 Thread Maciej Stachowiak
On Mar 18, 2008, at 5:44 PM, Richard Bailey wrote: I've been reading through the code and seem to be missing how I can activate JSConsole. It is functioning, or disabled in current webkit? If you use Safari 3.1 with a WebKit nightly, the Web Inspector's console will be used as the JS

Re: [webkit-dev] How is JSConsole used/accessible in current webkit?

2008-03-18 Thread Timothy Hatcher
In Safari 3.1 you can enable the Web Inspector from Safari's Advanced preferences with the Show Develop menu checkbox. On Mar 18, 2008, at 6:47 PM, Maciej Stachowiak wrote: On Mar 18, 2008, at 5:44 PM, Richard Bailey wrote: I've been reading through the code and seem to be missing how I