[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 40278] [EFL] EFLWebKit doesn't support viewport meta tag

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Mon Jun 14 20:28:24 PDT 2010


--- Comment #25 from Gustavo Sverzut Barbieri <barbieri at profusion.mobi>  2010-06-14 20:28:21 PST ---
(In reply to comment #23)
> Zoom range can be set via the ewk_view_zoom_range_set() as below,
> +void ewk_view_zoom_range_set(...)
> +{
> +    priv->settings.zoom_range.min_scale = min_scale;
> +    priv->settings.zoom_range.max_scale = max_scale;
> +}
> I needed to have min_scale, max_scale, init_scale and user_scalable respectively.

Missing sanity checks here, min_scale <= max_scale.

> >+void ChromeClientEfl::didReceiveViewportArguments(Frame* frame, const ViewportArguments& arguments) const
> >+{
> >+    Eina_Bool userScalable;
> >+
> >+
> >+    userScalable = (int)arguments.userScalable == 1 ? EINA_TRUE : EINA_FALSE;
> >>You should check for arguments.userScalable == -1, not just == 1.
> As you know, userScalable is boolean(yes or no) check if user can scale or not. So, I process it in the didReceiveViewportArguments directly. If userScalable is "1", user can scalable, If not so, user can't scalable. The user-scalable is defined as below,


    enum { ValueUndefined = -1 };

so Lucas is right, must check for it being -1. The type of this variable is float (no idea why :-P).

> +void   ewk_view_init_layout_completed_set(Evas_Object *o, Eina_Bool init_layout);
> +Eina_Bool ewk_view_init_layout_completed_get(Evas_Object *o);
> Do you think should we send viewport signal twice ?

No, but as he said this should be controlled in FrameLoaderClientEfl itself. No need to have these C-like functions in "ewk", just have them in WebCoreSupport/FrameLoaderClientEfl and use them from ChromeClientEfl.

(In reply to comment #24)
>>+EAPI void ewk_view_viewport_get(Evas_Object *o, int* w, int* h, float* init_scale, float* max_scale, float* min_scale, Eina_Bool* user_scalable);
>>+EAPI void ewk_view_zoom_range_set(Evas_Object* o, float min_scale, float max_scale);
>>+EAPI void ewk_view_user_scalable_set(Evas_Object* o, Eina_Bool user_scalable);
>>> Missing the getters for these functions.
>One more thing,
>Appliaction can get data regarding zoom_range and user_scalable by >ewk_view_viewport_get().

This is not correct. The function you said is about document/tag provided values, the one Lucas said is about user-set values (values one previously set before, or may be used to query the initial/default values). Will be of use particularly for debug. Make sure you follow the other functions and make the return pointers optional.

Patch is coming along nicely, most ready to be merged in my opinion (need some official reviewer to grant it).

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