[webkit-dev] contentWidth of a table row & rendering data
David D. Kilzer
ddkilzer at kilzer.net
Wed Jan 17 07:28:36 PST 2007
There is nothing that says you can't ship your own copy of WebKit
(legal or otherwise)! OmniWeb does just that.
You just have to weigh the consequences, the most obvious of which is
that if Apple ships an update to WebKit (security fix or bug fix),
your application won't take advantage of that since it's using it's
own internal copy.
See Bug 12199 Comment #3 for my *speculation* on what *may* happen
when Apple ships Leopard.
On Jan 17, 2007, at 7:35 AM, Stephen Deken wrote:
> On Jan 16, 2007, at 6:34 PM, Mark Rowe wrote:
>> I believe the code relevant to determining where to draw the
>> highlight outline is at <http://trac.webkit.org/projects/webkit/
> Beautiful, that's exactly what I needed.
> Now my dilemma is this. My understanding of the situation is that
> I can't ship WebKit.framework with my application. But my
> application won't work correctly unless it has the latest version
> of WebKit.framework.
> When were these changes introduced? Will they be included in
> Leopard? Will they be included in the next rev of Safari for Tiger?
> Many thanks,
> Stephen Deken
> stephen.deken at gmail.com
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