Seb_Linke at web.de
Fri Jun 26 06:58:11 PDT 2009
I used your hint to make a more or less useful code example to access the
My question is now: How has WebKit made all the link entries? Did it parse
each anchor-element from the DOM-tree and made the corresponding
JSProperties or is this achieved in another way?
Geoffrey Garen wrote:
>> Is there a straigthforwarded way to collect all the relationships
>> between the
>> site's object and to get a js-context of it?
>> What I want in the end is to get access on the `document`-element,
>> e.g. to
>> perform calls like `document.forms`.
> If you have a JSContextRef that corresponds to a WebKit frame, you can
> get its global object using JSContextGetGlobalObject(), and get the
> global object's document using JSObjectGetProperty().
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