Monday, September 20, 2010

This week (37) in Oslo

A fast-paced week:
  • Andreas and I finished what Vlad had started: QtWebKit trunk can now be built against V8. There's one catch: Not just any V8, it's our experimental evaluation port of QtScript that uses V8. On the upside it means the death of the ugly bridge code and instead QWebFrame::addToJavaScriptWindowObject use QtScript's native QObject bindings. Latest news is that the Web Inspector started working with the V8 build, too.
  • Andreas fixed a miter-join bug in Qt's stroker, allowing the removal of ugly workarounds in the Qt port of WebKit. Transparency layers have also received a nice performance boost through the removal of unnecessary clipping.
  • Tor Arne is hacking away on the low-end version of the video playback and QtMultimediaKit.
  • We had an intense workshop the entire week, focusing on knowledge sharing about WebKit and Qt development and the Symbian port.

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