[webkit-dev] contentWidth of a table row & rendering data
bdash at webkit.org
Wed Jan 17 14:10:31 PST 2007
On 18/01/2007, at 3:03 AM, Stephen Deken wrote:
> On 1/17/07, David D. Kilzer <ddkilzer at kilzer.net> wrote:
>> There is nothing that says you can't ship your own copy of WebKit
>> (legal or otherwise)! OmniWeb does just that.
> Strange -- I'd read some discussion (apparently from 2004) which
> indicated the WebKit framework was not licensed for distribution:
> If this has changed since then, great! I love it when the solution
> gets handed to me. :)
The email you reference was written prior to WebKit being open-
sourced. At that time you would have required Apple's consent to
redistribute the framework. Now that it is open-source, it is
permissible to do so. I'm aware of several applications that bundle
custom versions of WebKit -- OmniWeb and Sandvox being the most
recognized of that group.
> Now my only problem is that XCode really, really wants to link against
> the WebKit in /System/Library/Frameworks instead of my private copy.
> Something is wonky with my linker settings, and I wasn't able to
> discern exactly what it was in the few minutes I had this morning. I
> wound up just setting DYLD_FRAMEWORK_PATH and
> WEBKIT_UNSET_DYLD_FRAMEWORK_PATH to get it working, but obviously this
> won't work when shipping.
How are you specifying which framework to link against? I believe
you'll need to either add the directory containing
path, or change the framework references to use absolute pathnames.
If you're building using an SDK you may have slightly more issues, as
I encountered some difficulty in making Xcode cooperate when doing
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