Robert's file showing the commands he did looks like a much more
structured way to do it than what I did ;)
It took me many tens of tries before I finally worked out a set of steps
that worked every time. I'm still not convinced the library actually
does the right thing, all I wanted was
I managed to cross-compile ICU based on Ryan Leavengood's description of
how he got it to work. My steps are for compiling on Linux for AROS, but
you might be able to work something out based on them:
FYI, I'm intending to remove the ICU
On Sun, Jan 06, 2008 at 05:00:40PM +0100, Holger Freyther wrote:
On Saturday 05 January 2008 13:51:53 Robert Norris wrote:
Frame* frame = new Frame(page, 0, new WebKit::FrameLoaderClient);
That got it. I guess I missed it because there's just so much code I
I've hit a snag with my efforts porting WebKit to AROS and I really need
some help from someone who understands this code. This description will
probably be a little vague, because I'm not entirely sure what
information to provide, but I'll try.
My port is so far pretty much just stubs, but I
The new autotools build system has landed in commit r28997:
Thank you. I should have a chance to look over it in the next couple of
days and I'll see how it does with the AROS port.
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Adam suggested privately that I introduce myself and my work to the list
as a good first step towards getting a contributor badge.
I'm working on a port of WebKit to AROS (http://aros.org/) which is a
reimplementation of the Amiga OS. Its been around since 1995 but has
never attracted a lot of
If we cannot reach a conclusion, the GTK+ port will most likely go
ahead and switch to autotools.
I'm one person with a highly niche port, but for what its worth I'd
support a move to autotools.
I'm doing a port to AROS, which currently means cross-building WebKit on
Linux. I opted to use
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