[webkit-dev] looking for someone who is in charge with the webkit
development in windows
kkowalczyk at gmail.com
Fri Apr 6 19:53:35 PDT 2007
The unfortunate truth is that the current state of Windows port is not
good i.e. it was not kept up-to-date with changes to WebKit. I got it
compiling few months back but I didn't submit the fixes because it was
crashing and I couldn't figure out why. There are patches in bugzilla
that claim to get Windows port working (at least at the time they were
submitted) but they never were polished enough to get checked in at
this point they probably wouldn't work anymore.
The bottom line is: you're on your own or you can wait until someone
else does the work and get it accepted into the tree.
I assume Adobe got Windows port working but this work has not (yet?)
been updated to current version.
On 4/6/07, Sebastien Le Faou <slefaou at wimba.com> wrote:
> It's been more than a day that I'm trying to build webkit on windows with
> visual studio 2005.
> As you can think, I didn't achieve the all bulding.
> So I'm looking for someone who can help me to fixe all the errors I
> Of course, I'm looking for help but I also want to had my contribution to
> this project, if it's possible.
> My problems for the moment are :
> First of all, I had problems with the ptheads, but I found an
> implementation for windows and now all is ok.
> 'testkjs' (I don't know why). As I don't need to make tests, I just passed
> throw this problem.
> Finally, I tried to build the Webcore project, but impossible because of
> too many errors like :
> error C2039: 'setNativeData' : is not a member of 'WebCore::BitmapImage'
> Which seems weird to me, because I saw that this method is also called for
> MAC OS, which as far as I know don't cause any problems to build Webkit.
> Nevertheless, I saw that this setNativeData method was remove in the
> BitmapImage.h file in rev #20182.
> So I don't understand, why it is still called.
> So, does anyone can help me on this, because I really need to build webkit
> on windows.
> Thank you for helping me.
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