[OSX] Webkit.

Derek Atkins warlord at MIT.EDU
Thu Sep 17 10:11:03 EDT 2009

Phil Longstaff <plongstaff at rogers.com> writes:

> On September 16, 2009 12:12:39 pm Derek Atkins wrote:
>> True, but we can (and should) pick a particular version of Gtk that we
>> build against for 2.4 and just stick with it.  We could even
>> theoretically pre-build the deps, store them as Zips, and just re-use
>> them in our build process (it would certainly make full builds faster!)
>> Honestly I dont think we need to keep rebuilding the deps over and over
>> and over.  We should build the deps once (well, until we get them
>> working) and then re-use the (working) builds over and over....
> That would also let us be able to update dependency versions when we
> want, rather than when the download version changes and the one we
> want is no longer available (which has happened).

Yep!  And to test an update before we push it on unsuspecting other
users.  It would also mean that devs and users will all get similar

> I guess we'd need both 32-bit and 64-bit builds of each dependency for
> win32.  I don't know re macosx.

Do we really need 64-bit?  Do we even build a 64-bit binary?

> Phil


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