[webkit-help] wincairo requirements has no 32bit libs/dlls

Thomas Brodt thomas.brodt.lists at porabo.ch
Fri Oct 28 14:04:55 PDT 2016

Hi Alex

thanks for your prompt answer, I didn't notice the zip file on github 
contains more than the downloaded one by webkit build. In the meanwhile 
I built the requirements from the sources and copied them over to the 
webkit build.

After some time without WebKit builds, I have set up a new VM to build 
with the new cmake environment without cygwin. The WebKit build requires 
two libs for WTF as icuin.lib and icuuc.lib, while the 
WinCairoRequirements builds them as libicuin.lib and libicuuc.lib. So 
ninja stops missing the icuin.lib file. Has this changed?

Shouldn't the requirements dll be updated for that?

Or is something wrong in my settings?


Am 28.10.2016 um 21:33 schrieb Alex Christensen:
> We are trying to encourage people to move to 64-bit WebKit.  I also 
> wanted to reduce bandwidth required by cutting the size of the 
> binaries in half by only distributing the 64-bit binaries.  32-bit 
> binaries are available at 
> https://github.com/peavo/WinCairoRequirements and you can compile your 
> own from source.  Please let us know if you have any more questions.
>> On Oct 28, 2016, at 7:19 AM, Thomas Brodt 
>> <thomas.brodt.lists at porabo.ch <mailto:thomas.brodt.lists at porabo.ch>> 
>> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> is there a reason that the actual WinCairoRequirements.zip doesn't 
>> include 32bit libs and dlls, only the 64bit versions? Isn't 32bit 
>> supported any more for wincairo?
>> Thanks for any hints
>> Thomas
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