[webkit-dev] WebKit port to my own system?!

Eric Seidel eric at webkit.org
Mon Jun 6 11:21:58 PDT 2011

No, there is no "stock" or "template" port of webkit.  Chromium might
be the closest thing to such with it's PlatformBridge abstraction
(since webkit runs inside a restricted sandbox in chromium and can't
talk always directly to the OS).

But you're better off starting with whatever port is closest to your
system and working from there.


On Mon, Jun 6, 2011 at 11:16 AM, Soheil Servati Beiragh
<sservati at yahoo.com> wrote:
> I was wondering if there is any version or project of webkit that can be
> used to port on my own system? I mean a version that doesn't use GTK or...to
> access frame buffer. A version or a project that uses dumb frame buffer and
> I can fill the place of GTK or ...for it?
> Soheil Servati Beiragh
> PhD Candidate, ECE Department,
> Research Center for Integrated Microsystems,
> University of Windsor.
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> 401 Sunset Avenue
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> Email: servati at uwindsor.ca
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