[webkit-help] Help with compilation
fred.lee at zetakey.com
Thu Sep 2 19:49:45 PDT 2010
I have done this before for one of the TV Box projects.
I think you can't just copy the X11 headers to make all things compile.
My approach is to redefine some X11 basic types that needed for NPAPI in
my project headers. In such case, we don't need to change any line of
code in Webkit and also we can have our own plugin implementation.
However, some how u need to have a display system which allow the
browser and your plugin to draw on the screen at the same time.
On 9/3/2010 6:09 AM, Ram Madduluri wrote:
> Even if I copy X11/Xlib.h, X11/Xutil.h and X11/Xresource.h just to
> get the defines and data types, the compilation fails further down, in
> WebCore/plugins/gtk directory, requiring more X11 headers...
> So, the real question is, why is there an assumption that if it is a
> UNIX platform, it must have X11 running on it?
> Am I missing something?
> Thanks in advance,
> On 9/1/10 10:31 AM, Ram Madduluri wrote:
>> Unfortunately, I do need the plugin support as I am going to use that
>> for integrating native media players..
>> -- Ram
>> On 8/30/10 1:08 PM, Ariya Hidayat wrote:
>>>> I am trying to port WebKit to a MIPS based platform and ran into
>>>> errors below:
>>>> Since I configured for no X11 support (using directfb without X11),
>>>> I am
>>>> wondering as to why X11/Xlib.h, X11/Xutil.h and X11/Xresource.h are
>>>> being included.. the result is that the compilation fails with
>>>> these errors:
>>>> In file included from ./WebCore/bridge/npruntime_internal.h:28,
>>>> from ./WebCore/bridge/NP_jsobject.h:31,
>>>> from WebCore/bindings/js/ScriptController.cpp:34:
>>> It's from the NPAPI plugin support. Try to rebuild but with plugin
>>> support disabled.
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