[webkit-dev] Web Inspector files

Pavel Feldman pfeldman at chromium.org
Fri Jun 8 04:59:47 PDT 2012

[From chromium.org]

We throw away closure compiler output and use compilation step for type
checking only.

The best way to learn what files you should combine and bundle is via
looking at WebCore.gyp(i) and WebKit.gyp(i). You basically need what is
listed in inspector.html (these you can concatenate) + a bunch of
standalone CSS files that are lazily loaded + a couple of web worker

Regards Pavel
On Jun 8, 2012 12:54 PM, "Konrad Piascik" <kpiascik at rim.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> I'm trying to combine all the web inspector resources CSS, JS & HTML into
> as few files as possible. I know that there are scripts in
> Source/WebCore/inspector but I'm not sure which ones should be used and
> some don't contain usage information.
> Also there's both combine-front-end.py and combine-front-end.sh iirc the
> shell script is to be deprecated in favour of python.
> Do any of these or other scripts use the closure compiler to even further
> compress or optimize the JavaScript?
> Thanks in advance,
> Konrad
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