> On Nov 16, 2018, at 10:44 AM, Ryosuke Niwa <rn...@webkit.org> wrote:
> If a stub implementation is ok for ports without an actual accessibility 
> implementation then Iā€™d say remove both flags. Then downstream users would 
> never have to worry about breaking due to AX signatures changing.
> I don't think a stub implementation is okay.

Removing ENABLE(ACCESSIBILITY) would be fine. Either way, I do think we need a 
better way to maintain !HAVE(ACCESSIBILITY).

There have been at least ~38 build fixes for !HAVE(ACCESSIBILITY) over the 
years ā€” one every 2-3 months on average. It was one of the pain points I 
remember in maintaining an outside port.


ā€” Timothy Hatcher

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