We are already in contact and the work will indeed be based on the Haiku fork.
While I can mentor the Haiku side of the project, I think it is a good idea to
rely on you all for the WebKit side of things.
I hope this will allow us toget one second developer working on the Haiku port,
On Sun, 17 Mar 2019 21:03:33 +0530, Rajagopalan Gangadharan
> This is great, thank you so much!
Quick addition: after sending my previous e-mail I kept browsing around
the Haiku website, and it looks like one of the ideas for this year's
Google Summer of Code is
This is great, thank you so much!
On Sun, Mar 17, 2019 at 8:59 PM Adrian Perez de Castro
> On Sun, 17 Mar 2019 09:08:10 -0500, Michael Catanzaro <
> mcatanz...@igalia.com> wrote:
> > It might be more realistic to try making an existing WebKit port work
> > on Haiku (either
On Sun, 17 Mar 2019 09:08:10 -0500, Michael Catanzaro
> It might be more realistic to try making an existing WebKit port work
> on Haiku (either WebKitGTK or WPE WebKit) rather than try to create an
> entirely new port.
You are forgetting that there is an existing,
It might be more realistic to try making an existing WebKit port work
on Haiku (either WebKitGTK or WPE WebKit) rather than try to create an
entirely new port.
Previously you indicated that you were planning to create a new network
backend for Haiku; that alone would be enough to occupy
I am trying to use Webkit for Haiku(trying to create a minibrowser)
I have few quick questions.
1) What is a WKRetainPtr ? where can I use it?
2) What is WKContext and WKView (I think Webview is different from WKView) ->
as far my understanding is Context like the context menu an os
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