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Fri Dec 21 04:27:56 PST 2012
Brent Fulgham <bfulgham at ...> writes:
> Hi Rippel,
> It's really not very complicated, and is also illustrated in the Inspector
code in the WebKit archive. E-mail if you have any problems.
> -BrentSent from my iPad
> On Jun 22, 2012, at 9:41 AM, rippel tippel <rippeltippel <at> gmail.com>
application.I found plenty of documentation and examples regarding v8 and
docs, e.g. , , and ).Can anyone point me to some documentation and/or
examples, and/oroutline the basic steps for doing it?mKind regards,Rippel
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I am really a newbie to programming. I know a bit of c++ but have no knowledge
I am working on a webkit project where I have to call, the c++ object methods
I looked at the CallJS code but as I said, I am a newbie, I could not understand
it properly.(Sorry for being a pain.)
I tried to build in Visual Studio 10(It converted the project before opening
I am able to build it but not run it. I get the error "This application has
failed to start as application configurtaion is incorrect".
So, I am unable to run it in debugger and what is going on.
Also, the thing that I haven't understood is that, is this for calling C++
if this makes any sense).
My question is suppose, I have a simple c++ class called temp and that has a
method called doTemp(), then how do I call that method from JS Core.
int doTemp(int x, char *y, InsOfSomeClass& z);
Here z is instance of some other class defined in some other file
Is it like, we are registering C++ methods in callJsFunction() function and then
they can be called from JS Core when needed?
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