[webkit-dev] Re: Building GTK+ port on Win32
joshchia at gmail.com
Thu Mar 13 22:39:42 PDT 2008
Thanks for the reply. So, what tools do I need and what command do I give
to build the GTK+ on Windows? I know on Linux you type autogen.sh and then
make. The weren't many details in the bug page. I'm building an app to be
portable on all three OS's, and stuck on getting WebKit to work on all three
platforms without the Support Libraries, so it would be great if I could
figure out how to use the GTK+ port for both Linux and Windows.
On Thu, Mar 13, 2008 at 6:04 PM, Alp Toker <alp at nuanti.com> wrote:
> Joshua Chia wrote:
> > Hi,
> > How can I build the GTK+ port on Win32? What do I need and what do I
> > type? Also, is it independent of the non-open Support Libraries that
> > the Win32 port needs?
> We documented what we did for an initial GTK+/Win32 WebKit port in this
> This week we landed the Pango font selection patch (originally by Sven
> Herzberg of Imendio, completed by Xan Lopez) which lets us use the
> native Windows font system rather than depending on FreeType/FontConfig
> on that platform.
> I'm right now sat next to Tor Lillqvist (of GTK+/Win32 fame, Novell) at
> the GTK+ hackfest in Berlin reproducing the work against TOT so we can
> get these fixes landed. We're about half way through the build and have
> cooked up 4/5 patches so far.
> WebKit/GTK+ for Windows doesn't use the proprietary support libraries.
> Building is typically done with mingw32, but cygwin should work and it
> could be interesting to support MSVC in the future.
> I'll post an update to this thread when the changes are in.
> the browser experts
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