[webkit-dev] Adobe Apollo's port of WebKit

Chris Brichford chrisb at adobe.com
Thu Mar 22 09:38:40 PDT 2007

I'll go with WebKit/apollo, WebCore/platform/apollo, and WebCore/bridge/apollo, unless I hear otherwise.

Thanks for the feedback,

-----Original Message-----
From: webkit-dev-bounces at lists.webkit.org [mailto:webkit-dev-bounces at lists.webkit.org] On Behalf Of Jean-Charles VERDIE
Sent: Thursday, March 22, 2007 2:48 AM
To: WebKit Development
Subject: Re: [webkit-dev] Adobe Apollo's port of WebKit

Dear all

Unless some bad things happen between now and then, we will deliver our 
"OWBAL" implementation of WebKit, as discussed previously in this 
mailing-list.  So the question of how to organize new WebKit-based 
products is highly interesting to me :-)

>>   * Should we make our WebKit a subdirectory in WebKit like 
>> WebKit/COM?  Should we make a new top level directory?
> I see two options here:
> (1) Fix the WebKit directory to have subdirectories for each 
> platform.  That means all of the Mac subdirectories would move under 
> WebKit/mac.  Then you could have WebKit/apollo.
> (2) Have top-level directories for each WebKit, e.g., WebKitMac, 
> WebKitWin, WebKitApollo, WebKitQt, etc.
> My personal preference would be for (1), although note that Qt went 
> with (2) already.  Other platforms can do (1) now without us having to 
> move our Mac files immediately, so that doesn't hold anything up.

(1) sounds really good and a clean approach of the multi-target issue, imo.


Jean-Charles Verdié

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