Thanks to Mike Hommey's webkit
commit of Rodney Dawes Flash
support and countless others we have serious competition for Firefox.
I've added a webkit
for developing Webconverger with WebKit. There are two ways to play
with WebKit. A basic library wrapper called:
from libwebkit-1.0-1. Or the Debian epiphany-webkit package actually uses that library to provide the Epiphany Web browser.
Epiphany is very annoying as it seems to bring in a lot of Gnome cruft. Also I hate dbus dependencies. Still need to get Webconverger on a diet!
PDF viewing does not work atm and Epiphany also needs its chrome seriously hacked to disable bookmarking amongst many other elements, to make it kiosk grade. Anyway, the simple
GtkLauncher is almost OK really. So have a look at webc-webkit-r33561.* in the mini download directory. [Alt]+[F4] or [Shift]+[Alt]+[c] to close the window in this instance btw.
Put a hard hat on and feel free to peruse my "work-in-progress" webconverger webkit screenshots.
Update: My post to the epiphany-list