[webkit-dev] WebKit-GTK in embedded system
mike.emmel at gmail.com
Wed Jul 23 11:05:21 PDT 2008
I used in several years ago and it was GTK only and seemed to be
capable of what your asking for.
I know its used in Evolution but as far as I know its still just a gtk widget.
Several more exist.
Here is a link to one for some reason the website seemed down when I checked
I've used this before also and it should do what your asking.
The wiki page for dillo has a lot of links to a lot of other browsers.
And here is a download link that might work for you if the site is really down.
You would need to do your own research but I'm aware of a number of small html
viewers that might meet your requirements.
Generally they are used for HTML help viewers. It sounded like your
doing something like that.
On Wed, Jul 23, 2008 at 9:26 AM, Boncek, John <jboncek at hunter.com> wrote:
> Indeed WebKit seems like overkill for what we need. I was aware of GtkHTML but not of this web site. I posted a message to the GTK App Devel list about the apparent dearth of HTML support in GTK and about the fact that GtkHTML in particular came with no usage documentation whatsoever. No one there pointed me to any form of documentation but I received a number of recommendations to use WebKit.
> Does this documentation apply to the Gnome version of GtkHTML or some other version? The Gnome version is stated to be Evolution-specific, not a general-purpose library. If this documents some other version, where might I find it?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Mike Emmel [mailto:mike.emmel at gmail.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, July 23, 2008 10:35 AM
> To: Boncek, John
> Cc: webkit-dev at lists.webkit.org
> Subject: Re: [webkit-dev] WebKit-GTK in embedded system
> A number of small simple html renderer's exist that should meet your
> needs given
> 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:
>> <Sending again now that I am subscribed -- sorry if you receive a duplicate.>
>> 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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