[webkit-dev] How to use webkit ?

David Kilzer ddkilzer at webkit.org
Thu Jul 17 13:18:40 PDT 2008

Hi Nemix,

You need a Mac to do iPhone development.  Go ask your boss for a nice MacBook Pro laptop or a Mac Pro tower.  Don't skimp on RAM, either.  :)



On Thu, 7/17/08, Nemix <ereas_dre at hotmail.com> wrote:

> Hi ^^
> After a discussion with my boss, I have to study a little
> more webkit
> solution.
> So I looked for webkit solution again since yesterday. 
> Dave, you said :
> >I'm not sure how well Eclipse supports Objective-C.
>  I'd recommend using
> Xcode, which is the free IDE 
> >available for Mac OS X.
> Hmm I haven't Mac OS, I have Windows and can't
> develop on Mac at the moment
> (... and maybe never for this project ...). And XCode seems
> not to be
> available for Windows.
> So I search for something to develop with webkit and
> Objective-C on Windows.
> I have had a look on Apple website as Brent said. But they
> talk about XCode
> and nothing else (I haven't seen something else but
> maybe have I forgotten
> something ^^).
> I have seen :
> "It is also possible to write Objective-C Cocoa
> programs in a simple text
> editor and build it manually with GCC or GNUstep's
> makefile scripts."
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cocoa_(software)
> Does it work in my case ?
> I prefer to develop on a software... Do you know an other
> solution ?
> If I develop my application for iPhone thanks to documents,
> tools and videos
> on this page : http://developer.apple.com/iphone/
> Will my web application run for Mac OS at 100% ? I am not
> sure about the
> answer... so I prefer to ask a confirmation  ;)
> Thank you very much !

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