Android is not a supported platforms for current WebKit and has not been in a
while. You will not be able to build for Android without a major porting effort.
Android WebKit was originally a fork of an old version that may not have even
been fully merged back before we purged it. Recent
Thanks, I saw that Webkit source from github came with an angle
implementation of android window that I assume would host a browser. it was
implemented in angle. Which to me just means the ability to host openGL ES
on Linux, Mac, etc. I know that angle can be ported to Android. I guess
On Tue, 2017-03-07 at 18:35 -0500, Patrick Wright wrote:
> Is there a webkit port for Android that is readily available?
No, sorry. This is actually the first time I've heard any interest in
WebKit for Android.
> That comes with the minibrowser option that normal GTK webkit has. I
> want the
Its mainly due to unicode. But I am not sure how to solve these. I read
what may be happening is that it is using the unicode on my machine, Ubuntu
14 64bit, and referencing them for the target. I have tried including
Is there a webkit port for Android that is readily available?
That comes with the minibrowser option that normal GTK webkit has. I want
the mini browser for android but don't want to use angle if possible.
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On 08/08/15 00:22, Dean Jackson wrote:
>> On 7 Aug 2015, at 2:44 AM, Christian Biesinger
>> Hi all!
>> We (blink) would like to unprefix the intrinsic sizing keywords:
>> We support them
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