[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 16401] [GTK] GObject/C DOM binding

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Tue Dec 2 07:56:25 PST 2008


------- Comment #113 from lkcl at lkcl.net  2008-12-02 07:56 PDT -------
(In reply to comment #109)
> i did.(In reply to comment #107)
> > (In reply to comment #106)
> > >  the reason i mention that, mark, is because i'm still working with
> > >  toGDOM(WebCore::{insertclassname}*) - as is done in the JSBindings.
> > 
> > If you'd bothered to read my previous comment (comment #102)
>  i did.

 additionally, whilst i appreciate that it's really frustrating to have
 so much to deal with, with this patch - keeping its functionality useable
 and stable _and_ complete _and_ fixing the issues - there is a solution
 which would help solve the frustration of having to look every single time
 through such a large patch, having to look every single time for answers
 in amongst so many comments, and it's this:

 you land the patch.


 no questions.  no quibbles.  no ifs.  no buts.

 _then_ you - and i - and everyone else - submits _small_ individual patches
 that deal with the remaining issues.

 each individual issue is then isolated, and can be discussed conveniently.

 alternatively, we continue this excruciatingly awkward process where
 approximately... twenty separate and distinct technical issues are
 dealt with in over 110 messages that nobody really wants to search through
 to keep up-to-date.

 in other words, we need a bugtracker and a revision control system because
 apple won't let us use the existing bugtracker and revision control system.

 if apple won't let us use the existing bugtracker and revision control system,
 then apple can't complain when things get frustrating and unwieldy, can they?

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