[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 9683] Implement select.options.remove() method

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Tue Nov 20 14:27:13 PST 2007


------- Comment #7 from johnnyding.webkit at gmail.com  2007-11-20 14:27 PDT -------
(In reply to comment #5)
Great, thanks David!
> (In reply to comment #3)
> > So far both WebKit source code and latest Safari binary do not support
> > options.remove, so when will you merge your patch to code tree for supporting
> > this ?
> I'll try to clean it up, add some tests and post a patch this week.
> > And yes, I want to do something in WebKit. I was a web browser developer in
> > China on embedded system. also I had written a desktop browser on windows
> > platform when I worked on developing mobile browser, which was just a prototype
> > and compatible with some IE special quirk mode and special DHTML object model.
> > If you are interesting with it, I can send a demo to you:-) . 
> I appreciate the offer, but I think it may be a conflict of interest for me to
> view it.
> > I think the compatibility problem is one of big problems for Chinese user to
> > use WebKit based browser to surf Chinese websites. After roughly using safari
> > for test,  more than 50% sites of top 100 Chinese websites (based on Alexa
> > data) have major or minor layout and functionality problems. Be honest, after
> > reading WebKit code, I think WebKit is one of best W3 standard support browser
> > engine, but since IE has very big marketing share in China(maybe also in Asia)
> > and millions of websites in China mainly support IE, should WebKit do something
> > for dealing with compatibility problems?
> The WebKit project generally tries to provide IE compatibility as long as it
> doesn't violate standards.  More information here:
> http://webkit.org/projects/compat/index.html
> If you find specific issues (that affect popular web sites), please file bugs. 
> If you'd like to start hacking on WebKit, please see this page for more
> details:
> http://webkit.org/coding/contributing.html
> Thanks for your interest!

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