[webkit-dev] QtWebKit in Qt Embeded linux 4.4.3 can support npapi plugin?

Suk Zhong sukmaillist at gmail.com
Thu Jan 8 18:05:00 PST 2009

Dear George Staikos:
       we're interested in the implemations of plugin(including npapi and
qwidget style etc) in QtWebKit.
       some days before we knowed Torch Mobile Qt browser, but we don't know
which types or what plugins it can support at present.
       can you give more details or trail version for us to test?


2009/1/8 George Staikos <george.staikos at torchmobile.com>

> Suk Zhong,
>    Torch Mobile sells a commercial embedded Qt browser which supports
> plugins and is optimized for much better performance on devices.  Is this
> something you are interested in?
> On 8-Jan-09, at 6:20 PM, Suk Zhong wrote:
> HI All:
> we're porting QtWebKit in Qt Embeded linux to embed device.we have some
> problems,hope someone can give us some advices.
> we have compiled the Qt4.4.3(include QtWebKit) on blackfin or arm
> platform,it runs ok,it can visit normal website for example gmail etc,but it
> doesn't support any plugin, and we want it to support.
> so we checkout the current webkit source code, and compile it on
> ubuntu8.10, we find it can run ok, and load adobe flash plugin normally.
> we view the implemation of pluginviewQt.cpp etc in webkit source code,and
> find that the implemation only supports the xembed style to setwindow for
> plugin, but the current Qt Embeded linux4.4.3 can't support xembed protocol.
> my questions are:
> 1.can someone give some ideas about the plugin implemation of QtWebKit
> supportting not only xembed but also shared window like firefox?
> 2.qt embeded linux can support xembed protocol in future?
> 3.someone knows what time Qt4.5 release will publish?
> --
> George Staikos
> Torch Mobile Inc.
> http://www.torchmobile.com/
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