On Thursday 13 September 2007, KC Jones wrote:
> The Windows Qt build is busted for me.  Is this known, or have I muffed
> something?  The compilation failure concerns pthread.h while compiling
> .\WebCore\dom\Document.cpp:
> [...]\WebKit\WebCore\platform\Threading.h(33) : fatal error C1083: Cannot
> open include file: 'pthread.h': No such file or directory
> The file Threading.h was introduced in revision 25416 on Sep 7.  I have
> heard no mention of this problem on this list.  Is this a known bug?

The windows version of QtWebKit is very new and hasn't received a lot of 
attention.  I haven't event built it yet as I don't have a working windows 

BTW, Simon/Lars, what is the plan for the buildbots now that Zack has left?  
Are you guys planning on providing a windows buildbot?  Perhaps we can host 
host some buildbots at SCS...

> I tried reverting to revision 25415 (after parsing through the
> update-webkit script to do it by hand).  The release target built
> successfully but was utterly unstable.  The debug target, surprisingly,
> didn't build at all -- didn't even get to the compilation stage.
> Which makes me wonder...  Is there a roadmap for the WebKitQt project that
> I have not seen on webkit.org?  Are there branches or labeled versions that

Here is the roadmap: http://trac.webkit.org/projects/webkit/wiki/QtWebKitTodo

> identify more stable source bases for various builds?  Is this an

No, there are no more stable branches.

I have no idea whether the windows version of QtWebKit is 'utterly unstable', 
but I wouldn't describe the linux version that way at this point.

> appropriate forum for asking questions about the roadmap?  I'm trying to

Yes, this is the correct forum for these types of questions.  And of course 
when it actually builds please report any bugs to the bugzilla or even better 
patches :)


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