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Re: Odyssey web browser future

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Compiling for v0 should be a very similar process as for v1. If you're compiling from the AROS source tree, you need to get the sources from the nightly build downloads or through SVN from https://svn.aros.org/svn/aros/branches/ABI_V0-20161228/AROS

I think compiling for v0 could be useful to find out whether the errors you're getting are specific to v1 or if you're doing something wrong in the compilation process.

BTW, I remember we had weird problems with fontconfig when porting VPDF. I can't remember all the details, but I think it was only partly solved with a nasty hack I tried.

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ok. i have it working.

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@wawa

Are you compiling OWB correctly?

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paolone wrote:
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Are you compiling OWB correctly?


what do you mean by "correctly"?
my approach is to compile odyssey within aros source tree/toolchain in order to support abiv1 and as much as possible aros target architectures.

in order to achieve it i have temporarily disabled:

1. some bailout mechanism (i guess its there in order to prevent odyssey to bring the whole system down),

2. i also disabled (set to default) aros specific current time code (which im not sure is right with abiv1 anyway).

3. i disabled video, but im linking the video stuff already.

4. perhaps some minor features, but the changes to the source are very conservative.

i have tested odyssey briefly. loaded few local websites. couldnt judge if the rendered layout was all correct, but it worked stable, whatever i tried with it.

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btw i can share the program with whomever wants to try it out on x86 abiv1. just would have to upload it somewhere. the whole archive is about 35mb.

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btw i can share the program with whomever wants to try it out on x86 abiv1. just would have to upload it somewhere. the whole archive is about 35mb.


I will need to create a vm for it, but no problem at all. I was asking since ABIv0 version included with Icaros is getting older and older, and a webkit refresh would be really appreciated.

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my changes shouldnt affect abiv0 compatibility at this point. im pretty convinced, when compiled for it, it will work.

id prefer though not to have to compile it myself. im already compiling stuff for 6 different targets, and it takes hours to build odyssey and then after you made some changes you may need hours to compile it again, depending on what you modify.

so ideally, id like to set up an up to date repository, where people can check out the multi platform code and easily compile it themselves for their preferred targets.

note, that currently there is no improvements. rather the opposite, some marginal stuff is left out. i only improved few details in order to compile it with gcc-6.3.0. i could solve some casts and pointer conversions right away, but it wouldnt make noticeable difference.

its just the beginning of the road.

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wawa: This is exelent news :) Thanks for doing this. I'm for sure interested in testing it. you can pm me here or send mail to nik-tom(at)online.no


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here is abiv1 x86 binary and files:
https://1drv.ms/u/s!AuvzEgbTrkxPgYQAg6dNvRkVPeORgQ
place it best in extras and run snoopy in case you are missing something on your setup. you need to turn on your network in advance and you have to have 128mb free, but this you certainly know.;)

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wawa: I'm writing this from Odyssey abi v.1 native :D

Works real good it seams. Only video as you said not implemented.

Great work. Tell me if there is something I can do. Thx :)

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