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Re: Anyone Tried Compiling the latest WebKit?
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@rjd324

If gcc11.3 is the latest release then yes, using it since some time now with scummvm (newlib here though)

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If you guys are interested, I could create a GCC version for AmigaOS 4 working with that clib2. But that won't happen yet, because afxgroup is on vacation and unavailable to provide some necessary changes for using shared objects. As soon as he is back, I can do those changes.

A docker container that's ready to go with his clib2 would be useful.

Ideally, we'd be able to build WebKit with a standard AmigaOS SDK, but I don't see that happening any time soon. My attempt to get the C stdlibs expanded fell flat last time.

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I am working to create those docker images for cross-compiling and GCC 8 for native development so anyone can use them.

I believe I will have something ready next week.

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Gcc 8 outdated already, and the more time passed the less hope recent webkit will be able to dealt with.

And, with gcc8 you will have even errors and warnings when will try Andreas's clib2. Some weeks ago i annoy Andrea to fix things so it will be gcc8 bug-free, but testing yesterday and its again throw those errors in new places, so complete switch to recent gcc is must. You can forget gcc8 long ago as we told in betalist :)


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Standart sdk in our case mean the same adtools on which the same devs on. I mean Andrea's clib2 is the same standard sdk, just not included in Hyperion's archive. But quality of the original clib2 and his are the same, both have issues and bugs with which devs live, just Andreas one actively works on, which is what we need when some massive work tobe done

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From Saturday I'll be back if you need help

i'm really tired...
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I chose gcc 8 so to work only on one of them, but if you suggest going with GCC 11, will go with that. Thanks for your suggestion.

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Take your time, and have fun... And I will need your help for sure.


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Re: Anyone Tried Compiling the latest WebKit?
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Could that be any option...?

https://awesomekling.github.io/Ladybir ... platform-browser-project/

If I correctly understand it, it is all written in C...?!


Edited by Primax on 2022/9/14 7:20:42
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It require Qt

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...for GUI and networking, but:
"The browser and libraries are all written in C++".

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