[webkit-dev] Re: AJAX Support

Eric Seidel eseidel at apple.com
Tue Dec 27 01:28:58 PST 2005

#webkit is not particularly active this week.  Apple has the entire  
week off, and many WebKit hackers (apple or otherwise) are spending  
the holiday away from their computers with their families :)

I would encourage you to try again on #webkit.  Particularly after  
Jan 2nd, any time between 10AM and midnight PST, you should find lots  
of webkit hackers on irc :)


On Dec 27, 2005, at 3:13 AM, Paul Everitt wrote:

> Joost de Valk wrote:
>> Hi Andrew,
>> On Dec 25, 2005, at 11:21 AM, Maciej Stachowiak wrote:
>>>> 1.  Although Safari implements most of the XML Extras in  
>>>> FireFox, as far as I can tell it lacks a critical piece of the  
>>>> AJAX framework:  the ability to apply an XSLT transform to an  
>>>> XML document received asynchronously from a server into HTML.  I  
>>>> believe Safari supports .innerHTML on most tags (could be  
>>>> wrong), so the transform process seems to be the only missing  
>>>> piece of the puzzle in this regard.
>>> XSLTProcessor is available in the latest cvs version of WebKit,  
>>> though not any released version of Safari yet. You might find it  
>>> helpful for testing.
>> i'd go even further: please test it, and file any bugs you may  
>> find :) If you need help filing, contact us in #webkit on  
>> irc.freenode.net, mail us here, or mail me personally, we / i will  
>> be glad to be of assistance.
> I did that sequence and nothing happened.  I went on IRC, was told  
> to file a bug, and did so (first finding that a similar bug was  
> already reported):
>   http://bugzilla.opendarwin.org/show_bug.cgi?id=5576
> This bug was first reported 2 months ago and hasn't gotten any  
> response from the WebKit team.  Is it not filed correctly?
> I might have funding in the next couple of weeks to get the Kupu  
> editor working in WebKit.  I don't mind filing bugs with good test  
> cases, but I'd like some indication whether the bug reports will  
> get noticed. [wink]
> --Paul
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