[webkit-dev] Getting things working in Windows.

Kalle Alm kalle.alm at gmail.com
Thu Jun 21 05:05:46 PDT 2007

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Darin Adler wrote:
> On Jun 20, 2007, at 8:03 AM, Kalle Alm wrote:
>> I don't even know how to get Drosera to appear.
> Drosera isn't working on Windows yet. Some engineers at Apple working on
> getting it going, but they're busy with some other stuff right now.

Ahh, I suspected as much. I was about to say that the page here
<http://trac.webkit.org/projects/webkit/wiki/Drosera> needs to be
updated to inform users of that, but someone already did. :)

Adam Roben wrote:
>    Have you checked the "Log JavaScript Exceptions" item in the Debug
> menu? Nothing will go into the JavaScript Console until that menu item
> is checked.

Yep, but upon further investigating, it seems there were no errors to
report. I was expecting the same volume of output as Firefox produces,
but Safari seems a lot less verbose. Using the window.console.log()
function (why did they have to make their own instead of using the
already-precedented window.dump()?) I can probably provide sufficient
debug output on my own.

Thanks a lot for the answers!

- -Kalle.

p.s. List-admins: When I hit reply to Darin Adler's email, the To: field
was for him only. May be worthwhile to tweak mail-list settings to add
Reply-To headers for the list, just in case. d.s.
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