[webkit-gtk] hi, I am newbie, bring one question here

Tang Daogang daogangtang at gmail.com
Mon May 21 19:25:04 PDT 2012

Oh, I understand. Thank you.

Do you think my advice is valuable or not? Maybe we can use webkit-gtk in
many specific fields, there we can use other languages to program web front
end, may be more powerful.

On Tue, May 22, 2012 at 10:02 AM, Eric Gregory <eric at yorba.org> wrote:

> On Mon, May 21, 2012 at 6:37 PM, Tang Daogang <daogangtang at gmail.com>wrote:
>> Why we only have and keep one language in browser? Google has released
>> his Dart some days, which is to replace javascript in browser. If
>> webkit-gtk can do GObject binding to DOM and other API, any/many language
>> can do programming in browser, isn't it? I think this road is better than
>> Dart.
> We're talking about two different things here.  Dart and Javascript are
> designed to be cross platform languages that can be run in any browser.
> WebKit-Gtk and its GObject Introspection bindings are designed to be used
> in applications with built-in web browsers.
> Certainly, you can't expect everyone on the web to be running WebKit-Gtk
> and various interpreters installed on their systems.
>   - Eric

Nothing is impossible.
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