[webkit-dev] TestShell for WebKit rendering engine
lucius.fox08 at gmail.com
Thu Apr 30 20:07:46 PDT 2009
On Thu, Apr 30, 2009 at 7:24 PM, Mark Rowe <mrowe at apple.com> wrote:
> On 2009-04-30, at 19:20, Lucius Fox wrote:
>> On Thu, Apr 30, 2009 at 10:54 AM, Mark Rowe <mrowe at apple.com> wrote:
>>> On 2009-04-30, at 10:48, Lucius Fox wrote:
>>>> On Wed, Apr 29, 2009 at 11:09 PM, Mark Rowe <mrowe at apple.com> wrote:
>>>>> The MiniBrowser example ships with the Mac OS X developer tools, and is
>>>>> installed at /Developer/Examples/WebKit alongside other WebKit-related
>>>>> sample code.
>>>> Thank you. How can I use the MiniBrowser example project to use the
>>>> Webkit code that I get from the trunk.
>>>> The one that I get from following this instruction:
>>> The link that Darin sent out earlier talks about doing just that
>>> The section titled "Testing Your Application With WebKit Nightly Builds"
>>> describes running MiniBrowser against a nightly build of WebKit. The
>>> instructions can trivially be adapted to work with your own build of
>>> by changing the value of DYLD_FRAMEWORK_PATH to point at your built
>> Thank you for your help.
>> Sorry for my oversight.
>> When you said "your built products directory." Do you mean
>> "./WebKit/mac/Resources"? or "./WebCore/Resources"
> The directory beneath which the products of the build process are placed.
> For a debug build of WebKit without a shared build directory configured in
> Xcode, that would be WebKitBuild/Debug.
Actually, I am thinking if I can do it the other way around.
Follow this http://webkit.org/building/debug.html to run WebCore in
Xcode, but in step 4, instead of
using '/Applications/Safari.app.', use
If I do that, i can setup breakpoints inside WebCore, since I am
running WebCore Xcode project (instead of MiniBrowser Xcode project).
> - Mark
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