Bugzilla-tool is a useful tool for managing bugzilla related activities. You can do many things with it, e.g., create bugreports from local trunk and apply patches to local trunk, land patches automatically. The only thing that you have to use is your command line... The tool is located in the WebKitTools/Scripts directory, but it has some requirements.
Half of our team is now in Wiesbaden, Germany. We will stay here for 3 days and participate on the QtWebKit Code Camp. Quite a big bunch of people gathered here - more than 50 people from 3 continents (or more). It's great to have so many nicks here from #qtwebkit. And look, the nicks have faces! :)
Detailed memory consumption of some popular sites. Poor good old malloc, everyone's beast of burden.
It is time to try out my new freya tool. Only some web-sites and a fresh Qt (4.6.0) and QtWebKit (r51481) are needed. The values are peak memory consumptions, which is not necessary the best choice (since the sum of their total value is greater than the peak memory consumption), but at least we can see the memory hungry parts of QtWebKit.
If we would like to build WebKitGTK+ for ARM platform, Scratchbox could be a good choice. In this post I will show, how we can install and setup Scratchbox to build WebKitGTK+. First, we have to install the Scratchbox and its ARM target. Next, we install some libraries to WebKitGTK+.
When I tried to build QtWebKit on Windows the first time, I realized it was a more complex task than on Linux. I experimented a lot to make building, testing and WebKit scripts work correctly. I decided that I would fix imperfect scripts and write a blogpost about this topic to relieve WebKit developers sufferings.