[webkit-dev] print file name and line number while executing javascript

Jérôme Lebel jerome at fotonauts.com
Wed Apr 22 07:17:13 PDT 2009

I found my solution : the user agent... Since I created my own webkit,  
I didn't take the time to create the right user agent. Now that I  
created one (with the right webkit version), google map works correctly.


Le 22 avr. 09 à 11:58, Jérôme Lebel a écrit :

> Hi,
> I'm working a very specific platform built on top of Mac OS X. On my  
> own platform I need to use WebKit. In order to have WebKit, I've  
> redone my own webkit framework (in c++) and my own webkit uses  
> webcore framework (almost unchanged) and javascxript core (totally  
> unchanged).
> Everything works... almost... I can even display the google map in  
> my own platform. I can zoom in, move the map. The only bug is as  
> soon as I resize my window, the google map becomes gray. According  
> to my tests (using innerHTML), the javascript from google doesn't  
> produce the right html. So it doesn't seem to be a display problem.  
> I suspect some javascript events are not triggered or may too much  
> javascript events are triggered, and then the google map code is  
> confused.
> So my question is : Is there a way to do printf in javascript core,  
> somewhere, to display all the javascript command executed and also  
> to display the file name and the line number where they are?
> To solve my problem I wish to compare  a google map being resized  
> using the regular webkit (in objective-c for appkit) with my own  
> webkit (in c++ for my platform).
> Thanks

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