On 5/30/07, Marcus Jacob <m.jacob@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
thanks for your feedback ;-) I didn't looked at the WebKit source - I hate ObjectiveC - yet, but I do like the overall design.
From what I understand most of the Objective C has been moved into Apple-specific parts of the code and a lot of WebKit is now written in C++.
True, plus I think most people would prefer a simple browser like NetPositive, so adding the other parts shouldn't be too hard.
May I ask what the esoteric build systems are?
CMake and Bakefile and I think one other one.
I was just curious about the current state of affairs, since a browser alternative would be nice, since N+ is a little bit lacking nowadays and building a browser from ground up no feasable option.
Yeah I think most people agree that using WebKit is our best option for the "new NetPositive." Ryan