[webkit-qt] New module "qtwebrtc": WebRTC support for QtWebkit and native apps
adjam7 at gmail.com
Tue Feb 19 07:38:04 PST 2013
This is really a great news, IMHO. I would anyway add my +1 to Simon's
comment recommending to not add (if possible) a new layer of complexity and
just make libjingle an optional requirement to have WebRTC support in
2013/2/18 Hausmann Simon <Simon.Hausmann at digia.com>
> Sounds all very good :). I would however recommend that we simply make
> libjingle a requirement for WebRTC
> instead of introducing a layer/module in the middle. It seems libjingle
> works on Unixy platforms as well as Windows.
> From: webkit-qt-bounces at lists.webkit.org [
> webkit-qt-bounces at lists.webkit.org] on behalf of Igor Borovkov [
> igor at borovkov.com]
> Sent: Saturday, February 16, 2013 19:41
> To: development at qt-project.org; webkit-qt at lists.webkit.org
> Subject: [webkit-qt] New module "qtwebrtc": WebRTC support for QtWebkit
> and native apps
> I'd like to give a quick heads-up about our current work on Qt and
> One of our teams are actively working on WebRTC integration into Qt and
> We have resources available to finish it as soon as possible,
> and we'd love to contribute that work back to the community.
> Right now we already have/use patched QtWebkit which directly uses
> libjingle library for WebRTC support.
> It may not work for everybody, thus we're working toward introducing a new
> Qt module "qtwebrtc",
> which will abstract particular WebRTC implementations (like libjingle) for
> Also qtwebrtc module would be possible to use for creating Qt native RTC
> Your thoughts and opinions on this would be greatly appreciated.
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