[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 88094] Web Inspector: Add a WebInspectorServer on Linux using the GSocket API for the GTK port

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Tue Nov 13 04:48:57 PST 2012


--- Comment #62 from Danilo Cesar Lemes de Paula <danilo.cesar at collabora.co.uk>  2012-11-13 04:50:41 PST ---
(In reply to comment #61)
> I would (In reply to comment #60)
> > From a IRC talk:
> > [10:06] <danilocesar> is there any webkit call that can be use to use a file that can be installed or not installed on the system? Right now #88094 uses WebCore::sharedResourcesPath().data() which translates to /usr/local/share. So remote debugging won't work if it's not installed. Any idea?
> > [10:19] <philn> danilocesar: in AudioBusGtk for instance, we handle the uninstalled case with an env var
> > [10:20] <philn> the inspector does something similar iirc
> > [10:21] <danilocesar> I remember something about the inspector.
> > [10:21] <danilocesar> philn: do you remember who fixed it?
> > [10:22] <philn> i don't, but i did the AudioBus stuff :)
> > [10:23] <philn> another approach is to use a macro, i think that's what the inspector uses actually
> > [10:24] <philn> resources management is not great in glib... but i think some recent work was done to improve it
> > 
> > Is it OK to push it this way and fix it later?
> I would still suggest to use sharedResourcePath() for now (I need to double check but that how QT port used to do it) and submit the change. If we need to change it I can always do it with another patch later.

Looks good enough to me.

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