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Wed Jun 24 18:23:26 PDT 2009
static Cairo but I was not successful. Do you think it is possible to
build a static WebKit or are the dependencies too complex to place all
into one static library?
On Jun 24, 2009, at 8:27 PM, Brent Fulgham wrote:
> Hi Eric,
>> [...]These applications do not necessarily use WebKit (they could,
>> [...] But, the WebKit built by the Cairo port has a ton of DLLs
>> that would have to be copied into each built application directory.
>> [...]So my question is, is it possible to either merge DLLS or to
>> compile all the source into one DLL in the first place?
> Both the official Apple WebKit and the Cairo build use various
> support libraries to provide various features. The Cairo build has
> jpeg and png libraries, but in all other respects is comparable to
> what you would need for the official release.
> If you don't need the graphical features provided by the WebCore
> portions of WebKit, you should be able to just use the
> libraries and CFlite, but does not need cURL, Cairo, or jpeg and png.
> a static CFlite and custom ICU libraries. Someone was interested in
> doing this (check the mailing list archives), and apparently you can
> drasticaly slim down the size of ICU by selectively excludig
> languages and features that aren't germane to your project.
> Ubfortunately, I did not create CFlite static build targets, but it
> should be easy to add this to your local build.
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