[WIP] WebKit HTML Layout Engine / Web Browser integration into XBMC - developers only
#31
simple answer done when its done and when we think its good enough and not a second before Smile when that is only the gods know Tongue
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#32
How can we test it ?

I tried to build the branch but at configure it is missing qtwebkit 4.6
I installed libqt4 from ubuntu repos but i think the webkit version here is outdated.

Do you guys know a ppa with a fresh qtwebkit (or we have to compile) ?
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#33
its not ready for testing yet and yes you have to compile and if you can't figure out what you need to do it yourself then you probably shouldn't even be looking at it
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#34
Thanks for the info.
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#35
I compiled the llqtwebkit-browser on my Mac. See the result below:

Image

Is there any way to get access to the browser? Smile
The menu doesn't seem to work.
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#36
erhnam Wrote:I compiled the llqtwebkit-browser on my Mac. See the result below:

Image

Is there any way to get access to the browser? Smile
The menu doesn't seem to work.

From what I understand, the browser is not quite usable, atm. Wait until they at least implement all the basics. They are making good progress, though. Smile
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#37
It's been a while since the last post...any news on this project?
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#38
Is the code fork for the original effort available?
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#39
Hi all, is this thread dead?

In the past months I evaluated chromium and awesomium. Both of them integrate nicely with xbmc. Main difference is that chromium solution opens new window and using awesomium component one can build GuiWebBrowser control.

I prefer awesomium solution, so you can do this in skin:
Code:
<onclick>WebBrowser.OpenSwf(http://sample.net/alex.swf,true)</onclick>
<onclick>WebBrowser.OpenFlv(http://sample.net/alex.flv)</onclick>
<onclick>WebBrowser.Open(http://sample.net/alex.html)</onclick>

Cheers
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#40
Wait, so did you succeed in integrating awesomium with xbmc? If so, how?
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#41
Well, awesomium has a render method so you can create new gui control, override render method. even channel order will match, bgra if I recall correctly. Then make some builtin functions for interfacing browser, I think that it is in Builtins.cpp .. got to love opensource code Wink
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#42
_alex_ Wrote:Well, awesomium has a render method so you can create new gui control, override render method. even channel order will match, bgra if I recall correctly. Then make some builtin functions for interfacing browser, I think that it is in Builtins.cpp .. got to love opensource code Wink

Did awesomium go open source again?
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#43
I belive it si free for Non-Commercial Use
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#44
Free != open source. And Free surely != FLOSS.

TheUni
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#45
http://www.khrona.com/products/awesomium/licensing/

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