> On May 1, 2017, at 12:41 PM, Michael Catanzaro <mcatanz...@igalia.com> wrote:
> I thought the original intent for PAL was to replace WebCore/platform, so I 
> assume the criterion would be "stuff currently in WebCore/platform." If not, 
> then I'd question the value of having PAL at all, as we really don't need a 
> separate PAL on top of the platform abstraction library we already have under 
> in Source/WebCore/platform.
> The stuff that moved to WTF was needed in JSC. If we want to keep stuff like 
> UUID from moving to WTF, then we'd need to allow JSC to depend on PAL, rather 
> than vice-versa.

I think everything in WebCore/platform should be moved to PAL.

WTF should only be for things JSC needs, which is nothing inside 

If JSC later needs something that is in PAL, we can move it from PAL to WTF as 


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