[webkit-gtk] Exposing enable-web-security through WebKitSettings? (for test harnesses)

Carlos Garcia Campos cgarcia at igalia.com
Fri Sep 26 23:36:59 PDT 2014

El mar, 18-03-2014 a las 16:23 +0000, Mario Sanchez Prada escribió:
> Hi Sven,
> Thanks for the feedback, you confirmed that this is not a so strange use
> case after all, so I filed the bug in bugzilla and attached a patch proposal
> for it, before I get busy with something else that makes me forget about it
> :):
> https://bugs.webkit.org/show_bug.cgi?id=130398

Would a load_file API help? WebPageProxy has a method to load local
files that receives a resourcesDir param that is granted read access. We
could expose that as 

void webkit_web_view_load_file (WebKitWebView *web_view, const gchar *filename, const gchar *allow_read_access_dir);

We could also check in other load methods like webkit_web_view_load_uri,
if the given uri is a file:// and call webkit_web_view_load_file

> Thanks,
> Mario
> > I'd really appreciate it, we're using Chromium with this to locally
> > test web applications. Being able to use (Py)WebkitGTK would make
> > testing a lot easier. :-)
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Carlos Garcia Campos
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