[webkit-dev] Introduce WebKit Android port
daewoong.jang at navercorp.com
Fri Mar 17 16:06:08 PDT 2017
I will try build JSCOnly for Android soon then. Thank you for your suggestion. :)
From: "Konstantin Tokarev"<annulen at yandex.ru>
To: "장대웅"<daewoong.jang at navercorp.com>; "Michael Catanzaro"<mcatanzaro at igalia.com>; "webkit-dev at lists.webkit.org"<webkit-dev at lists.webkit.org>;
Cc: <hszhsh at icloud.com>; "Eric Wing"<ewmailing at gmail.com>;
Sent: 2017-03-18 (토) 04:23:45
Subject: Re: [webkit-dev] Introduce WebKit Android port
17.03.2017, 21:04, "장대웅" <daewoong.jang at navercorp.com>:
> It is not just a code drop and I will continue maintain it. Actually, I’d like to code
> together with anyone who is interested in it. I think WebKit is a really great project and
> I hope Android port make WebKit more widely used and encourage Android developers to contribute.
> I wrote Android port because it must be useful on Android platforms. Of course
> we have powerful Chromium on Android - but sometimes we need a cleaner and smaller
> renderer than a powerful one. I believe Android port can fit this need.
> I think it would be great if Android port is able to join upstream. I would appreciate
> if you let me know what is needed to upstream. Thank you for your feedback :)
engine, I've CC'ed some of them. We have JSCOnly port intended for building JSC with
minimum dependencies, and it would be great if it had Android support.
As for upstreaming complete Android port, feasibility of that depends on how much full-time
developers are working on it, and on amount of Android-specific code. But of course you can
start from contributing fixes to port-independent code.
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> From: "Michael Catanzaro"<mcatanzaro at igalia.com>
> To: "장대웅"<daewoong.jang at navercorp.com>; <webkit-dev at lists.webkit.org>;
> Sent: 2017-03-17 (금) 11:26:19
> Subject: Re: [webkit-dev] Introduce WebKit Android port
> Is this just a code drop? Or will you be committing to its maintenance
> and attempting to upstream it?
> It's interesting regardless!
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