[webkit-dev] Cairo Port

Joshi, Parag M. parag.joshi at hp.com
Mon Nov 24 11:33:41 PST 2008

Here is a pointer to the clutter project which has the Cairo port you are looking for:

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From: Arvid Ephraim Picciani <aep at asgaartech.com>
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When googling I found references to a cairo port of webkit.  I checked svn but
only could find a gtk port.  Am i missing something?
Cairo is fairly portable, while GTK  is not.  If there is no pure cairo port
and there are no plans to make one either,  how time consuming is writing a
new port? I read webkit is supposed to be very portable.  Is the port API
stable or does it require constant maintainance?
thank you.

best regards
Arvid Ephraim Picciani
Asgaard Technologies
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