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> On Apr 14, 2014, at 6:09 AM, Konstantin Tokarev <annulen at yandex.ru> wrote:
> 12.04.2014, 00:04, "Benjamin Poulain" <benjamin at webkit.org>:
>>> On 4/11/14, 9:46 AM, Baldeva, Arpit wrote:
>>> Thanks. Here is the official bug -
>>> I have described the fix in the bug report. I have verified it as
>>> well by letting it run overnight. Unfortunately, I am not set up to
>>> submit the patches but hopefully the info is enough for landing the
>>> Out of curiosity, is there no active port of WebKit that uses non JIT
>>> path? I was under an assumption that iOS port uses the non JIT path
>>> for web views. The interpreter path is certainly very helpful by
>>> allowing webkit to run on devices that do now allow/support JIT
>> The JIT compilers are always compiled on iOS. The JIT compilers are
>> disabled at runtime based on the security entitlements.
>> The LLINT interpreter is fully supported, but I don't think anyone in
>> the project use LLINT without ENABLE(JIT).
> But AFAIU it's not possible to build WebKit with JIT disabled and don't
> use LLINT's C loop at the same time.
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