Ryan Leavengood wrote:
That is new information, I only looked at the published 418 build packages from the apple site, since I didn't have Internet at home for a long time and at work I couldn't access the repositories. Next thing on my to do list ;-)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 intoApple-specific parts of the code and a lot of WebKit is now written in C++.
I.e. the only ObjectiveC code left is the Cocoa stuff, which needs to be redone anyhow.
That's also my feeling. I assume none of the projects to build a new web browser for BeOS/Haiku is still active.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."
-- Marcus "Rossi" Jacob mailto:m.jacob@xxxxxxxxx skype:marcus.jacob.dePGP Key available: ldap://keyserver.pgp.com
PGP Fingerprint: 1FD9 EF5D 8A6C 1C81 9E2B BFDB CB11 5CB3 4E04 B87F