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Month: January 2011

Re: [trinity-devel] Browser?

From: Ilya Chernykh <neptunia@...>
Date: Sat, 8 Jan 2011 00:33:17 +0300
On Saturday 08 January 2011 00:05:06 Tiago Marques wrote:

> > I will be learning how to program in Qt/C++, and I'll be starting within
> > the next couple days. It will be on my own time (and there isn't much of
> > it, so it could take awhile), though provided I can use another browsing
> > engine like WebKit or Mozilla's Gecko, I'd be willing to write a Free
> > Software browser based on Chrome (not exactly a clone of Chrome, just
> > something with a lean, configurable interface). Provided that
> > tqtinterface is working by the time I eventually get it to a usable
> > state, we should be able to use it in Trinity. Personally, though, I
> > don't like overly-lean or overly-simple. I need a menu bar,
> It's hidden but there.

That's why I posted the initial post here. Gambas has Webkit control, and
creates perfect Qt3 applications. A simple working browser already provided 
with Gambas as an example. It can open any page and print it. Both Java and 
Javascript works well and it uses KWallet from KDE3 to store passwords so I 
could login OpenSUSE build service with it (unlike Konqueror). What one needs
is just add some navigation buttons, history log, saving files (and opening 
them in external applications), some other settings such as choosing font