[webkit-gtk] Remote protocol, websockets, and WebKitGTK 2.18

Carlos Garcia Campos cgarcia at igalia.com
Wed Jul 26 22:35:29 PDT 2017

El mié, 26-07-2017 a las 21:02 +0200, Nicolas Petton escribió:
> Hi,
> I saw here[1] that WebKitGTK 2.18 will stop using websockets for its
> remote debugging protocol.
> I'm wondering if that means that starting with the next stable
> release,
> using websockets to communicate with the remote target will stop
> working
> at all.


> The blog post also mentions that Apple abandoned the websocket
> approach
> some time ago. I don't have a Mac to test it, but I was wondering if
> websockets would work with Safari or not.

I haven't tried it, but I'm pretty sure it doesn't work in safari
either, there's no code in WebKit to do that anymore.

> Thanks,
> Nico
> [1] https://blogs.igalia.com/carlosgc/2017/05/03/webkitgtk-remote-deb
> ugging-in-2-18/
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