It would be nice if we could just get the CMake built WebKit working with 
run-safari and run-webkit-tests.  That’s something I’ve been meaning to do for 
a while but haven’t gotten around to it.  Something is wrong with the xpc 
service locations and plists, but I think everything else should be ok since 
run-minibrowser works fine with WebKit1.  Let me know if you want to help out 
with this approach and I’ll give you more details

> On May 8, 2017, at 6:39 AM, Ben Kelly <> wrote:
> On Mon, May 8, 2017 at 12:32 AM, youenn fablet < 
> <>> wrote:
> I had this setup working a year or so ago. I was using the regular Mac "make" 
> build.
> Le dim. 7 mai 2017 à 19:28, Ben Kelly < 
> <>> a écrit :
> Hi all,
> Does anyone have ccache (or an equivalent) working with local webkit builds 
> on mac?  I've spent the last couple of days trying to figure out, but have 
> not had much luck.
> I've installed ccache via homebrew and its in my path.
> Did the same. I had to ensure clang used by Xcode was the ccache proxy.
> Don't remember whether just setting CC/CXX in the command line works.
> When running make, you can see which clang is used.
> Maybe setting CC/CXX in Source/WebCore/Configurations/Base.xcconfig would do 
> the trick (for WebCore).
> I guess I'm hesitant to fiddle with Base.xcconfig because I don't want to 
> accidentally include those changes in patches, etc.
> What is the syntax for overriding CC/CXX on the command line with 
> build-webkit?  (Or for the make build, although its unclear how to configure 
> that.)
> I guess I was also hoping there was some way to specify a 
> 'user-override.xcconfig' that the webkit build would try to pull-in 
> automatically where this stuff could be set.
> Thanks.
> Ben
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