ratfink wrote: was a Be dev once, with a BeBox and everything.
ratfink wrote:Interesting--obviously named after the old "netpositive" browser for BeOS (I was a Be dev once, with a BeBox and everything.) I've read that the Apple and Google code have a lot of x86 optimizations, and since Haiku is x86, it probably wasn't too hard to port. Since the likelihood of MIPS optimizations in any form is slim-to-none, it would possibly help to look for a non-x86 port of webkit.
http://www.sand-labs.org/owb (site seems to be down at the moment!?!)
ChristTrekker wrote:Make a FLTK port of Webkit, and use that as the basis for a lightweight IRIX browser. It (the FLTK Webkit port) has been done before, so it just needs to be updated to current Webkit and then committed to source management so it has a chance of being kept updated.
ianj wrote:If you're talking about making a new WebKit port and basing a new browser off of it, why would we use a cross-platform toolkit when we could be using ViewKit?
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