As Gyuyoung Kim says, in GTK we are trying to have it enabled quite soon.
The patch at  is already working: I used the Pointer Lock example at
ThreeJS to try it, and although there are still some open issues, they
shouldn't be a problem. A more complex example, the Quake
That sounds great! The sooner we get it enabled on the GTK bot the better. :)
Please not that I am not passing judgement on the feature, it’s just that
having #ifdef’ed code that isn’t actively built by bots is bad for codebase
On Aug 19, 2013, at 10:27 AM, Simon Pena Placer
On Monday 20 May 2013, Anders Carlsson wrote:
is anyone building WebKit2 without ENABLE_PLUGIN_PROCESS set, running
Netscape plug-ins in the web process?
No but we were building WebKit2 without ENABLE_PLUGIN_PROCESS on Windows
because we have plugins enabled in WebKit1, but it
When I worked on CSS filters, I start realizing after reading the build errors
that most bots (all but Mac bots?) have either CSS_FILTERS, FILTERS or both
flags disabled. It would be extremely useful to have more than just one
platform building with filters enabled. Could we make this
Just letting you know that I'm deleting all the code for Snow Leopard in
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Once my patch for https://bugs.webkit.org/show_bug.cgi?id=120049 is landed,
Mac port will no longer return false in shouldShowPlaceholderWhenFocused.
Mac, Windows, and EFL all return true in this function.
Are Qt and GTK+ (and other) ports intentionally returning false
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