[webkit-dev] WebKit-GTK in embedded system
mike.emmel at gmail.com
Wed Jul 23 08:34:34 PDT 2008
A number of small simple html renderer's exist that should meet your
the description you gave. I'm surprised you would want to use webkit.
This one for example.
On Wed, Jul 23, 2008 at 8:17 AM, John Boncek <jboncek at hunter.com> wrote:
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> In an embedded ARM-based system with Linux and GTK, we are investigating the
> use of WebKit for HTML display. Web browsing is not needed. Our core goal
> for WebKit will be to read, parse, and display HTML files that contain text
> and static images. Is the WebKit code structured so that we can limit what
> we need to build and include in the file system? For instance, we do not
> need CSS, DOM, or XSLT. Our ability to make use of WebKit will depend in
> part on the footprint we can achieve in a memory-constrained system. Thanks
> for any assistance you can provide.
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