[webkit-dev] Using Nightly Builds as Development Binaries

Eric Seidel eric at webkit.org
Mon Aug 10 07:44:51 PDT 2009

It sounds like this mail is specifically requesting one thing:  that .lib
files be included in windows nightlies.  Is that correct?  (I don't know
what a .lib file is enough to know if this is a good idea or not.)
If that is your request, please file a bug.

All the pieces to build nightlies can be found in here:

Last I knew, Mark Rowe (reachable on #webkit as bdash) builds our nightlies.


On Mon, Aug 10, 2009 at 7:37 AM, Brian Barnes <ggadwa at charter.net> wrote:

> After weeks of labor, I'm ready to switch from SpiderMonkey to Nitro.  One
> thing that would make my life much easier is to use the nightly builds as
> "development binary releases."  I know this is a little outside their
> intended use.  For OS X, it's easy, I just open the package and grab the
> framework.  For win32, though, I'm missing the lib to go along with the dll.
>  Is it possible whatever script builds the nightly could also put in the
> lib, and even better (I can get these from the source, so it's not a big
> deal), the interface headers for JSC (and probably those for the other
> components.)
> I understand that I'm basically asking for a convenience on my part, but I
> think a lot of open source libraries have binary releases and hopefully it
> might be simple on your end (to alter some script.)
> Thanks,
> [>] Brian
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