[webkit-help] new to building on NetBSD
Tim.Larson at proxibid.com
Mon Nov 19 15:23:46 PST 2012
> It's more than that. Without supplying code in Source/WebCore/platform
> & Source/WebKit, WebKit doesn't even build or function.
Yes, I understood that, I just wasn't clear in stating it. Apologies. Is there a list of the minimum set of files that a port must supply?
> Each port uses its own build system. Apple uses xcodebuild on Mac,
> Visual Studio on Windows (windows port), Chromium uses gyp, Qt uses
> cmake, and so forth. So some files are only listed in one port's build
> files while shared files are listed on all build files.
> For the shared code, we use PLATFORM(*) to #ifdef port-specific code.
> (See Source/WTF/wtf/Platform.h).
Thank you again.
So where's the division between the Webkit port, and a UA using that port?
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