[webkit-dev] Webkit Cairo Port on windows

Optimus vsbhogle at gmail.com
Thu Dec 16 21:04:47 PST 2010

Hi Brent,

>The best answer to this question is to use the 'depends' tool on
>Windows to see what DLL's it needs to load.  I believe the following
>libraries are sufficient:

>1. libxml2.dll
>2. libxslt.dll
>3. JavaScriptCore.dll
>4. ICUUC40.dll
>5. ICUIN40.dll
>6. CFLite.dll
>7. libcurl.dll
>8. libeay32.dll
>9. ssleay32.dll

>However, if you enable QuickTime video support, this will pull in
>CoreFoundation and the rest of the apple libraries, as they are needed
>by QuickTime.

>We've been refactoring the project files a fair amount recently, and
>during this process I may have missed some places where Apple-specific
>binaries are being linked.

>I'll double-check my build environment and make sure the apple
>runtimes are not being incorrectly used.

I am already using the tool, but i was doubtful about QuickTime, so then we
have to dissable QuickTime video support.

>I suspect I may have allowed the 'Apple' build environment to bleed
>into the WinCairo side of things.  I'll take a look at it today and
>try to get it sorted out.

Please tell me if so, then i can update my source tree. Is it possible for
me to change build environment locally, if it is, where should i look into? 

>Thanks for the head's up!
My pleasure 


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