Re: [webkit-dev] Support for E4X

2007-04-04 Thread Rodrigo Melo
Hi, I'm interested work on it too. I've started reading something about E4X and WebKit, and specially looking at JavaScriptCore code. My first question was where I would start to code. On 4/3/07, Eric Seidel [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The first step would be to come say hello in #webkit.

Re: [webkit-dev] Support for E4X

2007-04-04 Thread Maciej Stachowiak
On Apr 4, 2007, at 6:54 AM, Rodrigo Melo wrote: Hi, I'm interested work on it too. I've started reading something about E4X and WebKit, and specially looking at JavaScriptCore code. My first question was where I would start to code. Although we've discussed E4X support, we're not entirely

Re: [webkit-dev] Support for E4X

2007-04-04 Thread Adam Roben
On Apr 4, 2007, at 12:25 PM, Maciej Stachowiak wrote: On Apr 4, 2007, at 6:54 AM, Rodrigo Melo wrote: Hi, I'm interested work on it too. I've started reading something about E4X and WebKit, and specially looking at JavaScriptCore code. My first question was where I would start to code.

Re: [webkit-dev] Support for E4X

2007-04-04 Thread Afonso Costa
Hello, here are some arguments according to E4X specification: E4X applications are smaller and more intuitive to ECMAScript developers than comparable XSLT or DOM applications. They are easier to read, write and maintain requiring less developer time, skill and specialized knowledge. The net

Re: [webkit-dev] Support for E4X

2007-04-03 Thread Eric Seidel
The first step would be to come say hello in #webkit. http://webkit.org/contact.html That's where all the hackers hang out. You'd particularly want to chat with ggaren or othermaciej, possibly others (my information about JSC is rather dated). Yes, JSC holds all the JavaScript logic, and