[webkit-dev] WinCairo Maintainers
isaac at devinesystems.co.nz
Mon Sep 26 15:36:43 PDT 2016
TextExpander for Windows uses the wincairo port (
On 27 September 2016 at 09:47, Brent Fulgham <bfulgham at apple.com> wrote:
> On Sep 26, 2016, at 12:55 PM, Olmstead, Don <Don.Olmstead at sony.com> wrote:
> @annulen I know you've mentioned conan.io before but I've never
> personally used it so I'm not sure how well it would fit with everything.
> It's something we can take a look at beforehand and see what it would take
> vs the single repository setup.
> @alexchristensen I can make a GitHub org push the repository to it and
> then start using GitHub releases to host the final binary.
> Do either of you know of anyone who is shipping a product based on
> WinCairo though?
> 1. Electronic Arts uses the WinCairo/Cairo backend as the basis for their
> port, though I’m not sure how closely it follows the upstream sources. I
> believe they do use Cairo for drawing, but do not use the Linux or
> Windows-specific WebKit code paths.
> They seem pretty quiet on the list lately, though they are on the
> webkit-security list and seem to respond to notes on that list.
> 2. Wyatt Technology used WinCairo for its reporting tool in its ASTRA
> software <http://www.wyatt.com/products/software/astra.html>. As far as I
> know they are still using it, though I’m not sure how up-to-date their copy
> of the library is.
> I think Alex knows of at least one other user out there.
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