fpizlo at apple.com
Tue Jun 26 14:08:23 PDT 2018
This looks super interesting!
I have some questions:
- Does your JSC port enable all of JSC’s optimization features, like the FTL JIT and concurrent GC?
- Is it a goal to enable basically everything we enable, long term?
- Is this 32-bit, 64-bit, or both?
- Is this mainly for ARM, x86, some other CPU, or lots of CPUs?
- Do you plan to do significant work on JSC, or do you mainly want to just stay up to date with what we’re doing?
More thoughts inline:
> On Jun 26, 2018, at 2:00 PM, Adam Barth <abarth at webkit.org> wrote:
> As part of developing Fuchsia  (a new open-source operating
> our intent was to use this code within the Fuchsia source tree but not
> to make it available for developers writing applications for Fuchsia.
> However, recently, we've gotten a number of requests from customers
> support for Fuchsia. Here are some possibilities I can imagine, but
> we're open to other possibilities as well:
> that supports Fuchsia and instruct customers to obtain the Fuchsia
I’d be OK with this.
In my opinion, SVN branches are not significantly better than (1), and in many ways they are worse. I wouldn’t advocate for this.
I think that I’d be OK with this, too. This seems better than (1) if you want to stay up-to-date.
> to enable Fuchsia support:
> This patch is based on webkit at 206446, but we'd obviously rebase the
> patch onto top-of-tree before contributing it.
> I'm happy to answer any questions you might have that would help you
> provide the best advice. If you would prefer to communicate off-list,
> I'm happy to do that as well.
> Thanks in advance,
>  https://fuchsia.googlesource.com/docs/+/master/README.md
>  Actually, if you look at
> https://fuchsia.googlesource.com/third_party/webkit, you'll see that
> we've ported WebCore as well, but this email concerns only
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