[webkit-dev] multiframes support in gdk port ?

Shraddhesh Chaturvedi shraddhesh.chaturvedi at celunite.com
Thu Jun 21 05:03:31 PDT 2007

I'm creating a GtkScrolledWindow and GtkLayout for each of the sub
frames. Then i put this GtkLayout in GtkScrolledWindow. Further this
GtkScrolledWindow is attached to mainframe's GtkLayout.
The problem probably is the z order as you said.
I have not enabled GdkEvents, because first display should come. That's
the next step.

On Wed, 2007-06-20 at 16:10 +0200, Holger Freyther wrote:
> Am 20.06.2007 um 15:38 schrieb Shraddhesh Chaturvedi:
> > I'm trying to render multiframes in gdk port of webkit. I implemented
> > FrameLoaderClientGdk::createFrame(...). Within this function I  
> > created a
> > new Frame, Page,FrameView objects and associated them as described in
> > main.cpp(of Gdk port). I've also created a new GtkLayout and
> > GtkScrolledWindow and tried to bind them with mainframe's layout.  
> > Things
> > are still not working. What more needs to be done ? Thanks.
> >  - Shraddhesh
> Hi,
> wait is the best thing to do. There are a couple of things to  
> consider when
> implementing this:
> 	-Recreating the FrameView on new links
> 	-Only have one GdkWindow for drawing to avoid z-order disagreements
> 	-And placing it in the big picture of the API
> I'm slowly trapping into the requirements and am generaly working  
> torwards this.
> z.
> PS: Did you enable GdkEvents as it is done in the main.cpp?
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