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Webkit for Windows

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I saw mention of Drosera (the Webkit debugger) being dropped into
nightly builds of Webkit. I'm always looking for a way to debug on
different browsers, so I grabbed the nightly.

What a disappointment. Not even a "getting started" or a "readme."

I click on run-nightly-webkit.cmd. Safari is launched and from I can
tell it's the Safari I had already installed. That doesn't seem right.
How am I supposed to know if the nightly is running?

I click on run-drosera.cmd and Drosera launches, but doesn't connect
to the browser.

Has anyone gotten this to work on Windows?

If there's a better Usenet or Google Group to cover Webkit, let me
know. I didn't see much of anything.
Feb 10 '08 #1
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