[webkit-qt] Question on roadmap for WebSocket support in QtWebkit
lfranchi at kde.org
Thu Nov 8 07:29:57 PST 2012
I believe the current version in svn/git supports the RFC version of web sockets. I'm not sure what the release plans are (as I am not a part of the QtWebkit team) but it would seem logical for the next release to contain that support.
Of course, please correct me if I am wrong :)
On Nov 8, 2012, at 10:25 AM, Christoph Jung <christoph.jung at igd.fraunhofer.de> wrote:
> Dear QtWebkit developers,
> I wanted to ask you about the plans for upcoming releases of QtWebkit, especially with respect to the status of WebSocket support included (e.g. if it is planned to support the RFC protocol version).
> We are currently using the latest release of QtWebkit (v2.2) in Qt 4.8.2 for browser-based unit tests, and are sometimes experiencing difficulties when establishing WebSocket connections (due to problems with the "key3" challenge in client handshake).
> Looking forward to your feedback!
> Dipl.-Ing. Christoph Jung
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