[webkit-dev] SquirrelFish in WebKitGtk
oliver at apple.com
Wed Jan 7 08:30:24 PST 2009
> I have WebKit-r38068 and i'm using the GTK port.
> How can i know if my WebKit is using SquirrelFish or the old JS
The old AST engine was removed in June when we switch to the original
SquirrelFish, so you can't not have SF now :D
Likewise once SquirrelFish Extreme was landed it became non-optional.
It is possible you won't get the JIT as
that's architecture dependent, but if you're on x86-32 you should be
On Jan 7, 2009, at 5:41 AM, Iulian wrote:
> code from
> web pages doesn't have to be compiled somehow? How do we do that?
> How does SquirrelFish handle these objects?
I'm not sure what you mean by this, i'd recommend you look at the
initial blog post at
http://webkit.org/blog/189/announcing-squirrelfish/ . But whether we
native code, or an AST interpreter is secondary to the internal
representation of object.
> Ariya Hidayat-3 wrote:
>>> I have WebKit-r38068 and i'm using the GTK port.
>>> How can i know if my WebKit is using SquirrelFish or the old JS
>> WebKit has switched to SquirrelFish-based JSC since quite some time.
>> r38068 is
>> from around November, so it should use SquirrelFish already.
>> Note that SquirrelFish Extreme is of course a different matter.
>> Ariya Hidayat, Software Engineer
>> Qt Software, Nokia Devices R&D
>> webkit-dev mailing list
>> webkit-dev at lists.webkit.org
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