[webkit-help] new to building on NetBSD
Tim.Larson at proxibid.com
Mon Nov 19 12:37:27 PST 2012
> WebKit isn't designed to be a standard alone library that can be built
> on any system. By design, one has to create a "port" that supplies OS-
> specific bits and pieces in Source/WebCore/platform and Source/WebKit.
> If one of existing ports build on FreeBSD, then that's great but I'm
> not certain if any of them will.
Ahhh. Poking through the directory structure, I begin to understand. Any part of "standard" Webkit can be replaced in a platform-specific way, if necessary or desired. So there are platform subdirs in just about every section of the hierarchy. How is conditional building for these cases handled, in general, in build/make files?
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