[webkit-dev] WebKit community release
mike.emmel at gmail.com
Thu Apr 6 15:26:25 PDT 2006
Okay not a problem.
Actually the number of files are fairly small for the first "big" port
patch about 10 or so I think and its basically impossible to get a
compile without these base files.
I'll put together a patch in the next few days and submit it.
After that much smaller patches are resonable.
On 4/6/06, Maciej Stachowiak <mjs at apple.com> wrote:
> On Apr 6, 2006, at 12:01 PM, Mike Emmel wrote:
> > I'm getting close to something thats worth putting up.
> > If there is any paperwork for svn access I should probably go ahead
> > and start it.
> As Darin mentioned, the usual process, including for ports, is to
> start submitting patches. Ideally patches should come in increments
> that can reasonably be reviewed, not just "here's a whole new port".
> We often grant direct commit access to people who submit a sufficient
> number and quality of patches and show themselves to be responsible,
> but it is not step 1.
> One of the most important first steps, once you have at least some
> things compiling, would be to set up a build system for your port.
> That way others can try it out and we can eventually set up a buildbot.
> P.S. We do have reviewers with Gtk experience and definitely with
> Cairo experience so there shouldn't be a problem with understanding
> the patches.
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