[webkit-dev] -[WebFrameLoadDelegate didReceiveIcon:forFrame:]
todd at ditchnet.org
Tue Dec 4 14:09:57 PST 2007
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On Dec 4, 2007, at 13:52, Brady Eidson <beidson at apple.com> wrote:
> I tried to run your favicon test, but it doesn't seem to be working:
> 2007-12-04 13:45:56.517 WebKitFaviconTest[43824:813] init
> 2007-12-04 13:45:56.521 WebKitFaviconTest[43824:813] *** -
> [NSKeyedUnarchiver decodeObjectForKey:]: cannot decode object of
> class (WebView)
Hi Brady, thanks for checking... Apparently my proj is not finding the
webkit framework on ur system... Would u mind relinking ur local
webkit framework in the Xcode ui and trying again?
I'm very curious to see if others have this issue. The test case is
> I checked a few bugs in radar and found this issue had been reported
> awhile ago but closed as works.
Hmmm my search of bugzilla for didReceiveIcon returned nothing, but I
saw several mentions of the issue in a google search...
> Using a debug build of WebKit, I just set a breakpoint in
> _dispatchDidReceiveIconFromWebFrame in WebView.mm (which is where
> the delegate call is sent from) and visited a site I knew I didn't
> have the icon for, and the breakpoint was hit immediately.
> On Dec 4, 2007, at 1:36 PM, Todd Ditchendorf wrote:
>> Any advice?
>>> Any WebKit ninjas out there know how to get this method to be
>>> -[WebFrameLoadDelegate didReceiveIcon:forFrame:]
>>> in my frame load delegate on 10.5.1 (and maybe other systems
>>> too)??? It never seems to be called. More details about my problem
>>> in the bug link above.
>>> I've tried running the app against WebKit.framework from WebKit
>>> nightly, but no luck. I've got a simple test case that shows the
>>> issue here:
>>> Todd Ditchendorf
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