[webkit-dev] We released Firebug 1.6.0 with console.table(), time for Web Inspector?
kbr at google.com
Wed Dec 8 16:34:14 PST 2010
On Wed, Dec 8, 2010 at 4:06 PM, Steven Roussey <sroussey at gmail.com> wrote:
> Oops, I didn't mean for that to be so short!
> This is probably my first time posting to this list (ok, now second),
> so let me know what I might be doing correctly, or incorrectly. I want
> to contribute to webkit and web inspector in the future, so hopefully
> this will be a learning exercise. Though in this particular case, the
> code is not mine. The original contributor to the Web Inspector bug
> got Firebug people interested and it got deployed with us first. I had
> thought that with Chrome's fast turn-arounds, that it was already
> there, but I was wrong. Seems the contributor gave up:
> I think the idea that the API needs wider review on the webkit mailing
> list is now moot.
> What would I need to do to to move this forward?
> Remember, this is my first time!
I would suggest manually finding qualified reviewers for the patch,
and asking them via email whether they can look at it. A quick search
through WebCore/ChangeLog for "inspector/" turns up a couple of
reviewers of earlier patches. Also, a recent addition to the
webkit-patch script is "webkit-patch upload --suggest-reviewers" which
automates this process.
> Steven Roussey
> On Wed, Dec 8, 2010 at 3:45 PM, Steven Roussey <sroussey at gmail.com> wrote:
>> We released Firebug 1.6.0 with console.table(), might it now be time
>> for Web Inspector to implement it?
>> Steven Roussey
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