[webkit-dev] WebKit/GTK+ and N810
afonso.costa at openbossa.org
Wed Jul 23 06:37:24 PDT 2008
I upgraded flex in my scratchbox environment and now GtkLauncher is able to
open www.gtk.org in right way. I compiled flex version 2.3.35 and I replaced
the old version (/scratchbox/tools/bin/flex) by this one.
Maybe put this information on http://maemo.webkit.org/ would be very helpful
for other people, wouldn't be?
Thank you very much.
On Tue, Jul 22, 2008 at 4:00 AM, Kalle Vahlman <kalle.vahlman at gmail.com>
> 2008/7/22 Afonso Costa <afonso.costa at openbossa.org>:
> > Hi all,
> > I'd like to do some tests using WebKit/GTK+ in my N810. I've built it
> > some information listed here  and here .
> > Fortunately I got to build it in my Scratchbox environment and I've
> > installed it in my N810. But when I open http://www.gtk.org in
> > for my surprise, I get this result . When I open the same site in my
> > desktop Linux, I can get other different result . It's missing a blue
> > background...
> > Am I missing anything in my build process? Is there other patch related
> > ARM? I'm configuring WebKit with: configure --enable-video --with-hildon.
> > I've already tested it with --disable-xslt, but I didn't get any success.
> Judging by the symptoms, you are hitting the same issue we had and that
> took quite some debugging to figure out. The autotools build checks for the
> flex tool, but doesn't ensure it's the required version so the fact
> that Scratchbox
> has 2.5.31 and not 2.5.33 is not deemed as a problem.
> However, although 2.5.31 generates code that builds just fine, some bugs or
> other changes in that code affect the CSS parsing so that things just don't
> work right. For example, looking at
> should show most of the colors as black if you are hitting the same bug
> that we
> There are two ways to fix this, one is upgrading the scratchbox-core from
> to version 1.0.11~200805291240 (there is no official release yet with
> newer flex)
> and the other is to compile a newer flex yourself. Sources are
> available from here:
> Kalle Vahlman, zuh at iki.fi
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