[webkit-dev] squirrefish extreme on Arm.

Zoltan Herczeg zherczeg at inf.u-szeged.hu
Sat Nov 26 09:31:24 PST 2011


WebKit supports ARM and Thumb2 instructions sets (called ARMv7). You can
find them here (or in your own source code):

SquirrelFish Extreme is just a codename for the JavaScript JIT compiler
(and Nitro is another).

The JIT compiler is enabled by default on most OS-es, just compile WebKit
and you have it.


> Hi all. I didn't find any documentation about porting squirrefish extreme
> on
> Arm.
> I tried to google it, and found some posts where said that there is
> squirrefish extreme on Arm, but I can't find source cod,or any
> documentation
> about it(
> Can anybody help me. Any information about  squirrefish extreme is
> important
> for me:)
>  p.s
> I download latest  code of webkit from offical site by svn and built it
> under x86_64. In source code I didn't find any "squirrefish extreme" I
> think
> that squirrefish extreme source code is in javaScriptCoe folder. Am I
> right???
> and if  no how I can compile webkit with squirrefish extreme
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