KHTML, KJS Unfrozen -- details

Koos Vriezen koos.vriezen at
Tue Jan 10 22:18:51 GMT 2006

On Tue, Jan 10, 2006 at 04:47:31PM -0500, George Staikos wrote:
> Will there be regressions on our side?  Quite likely.  We already know that 
> the KJS CPU guard and debugger are no longer functional.  I'm confident that 
> we can repair these regressions quickly and easily.  The sharing of a common 
> KJS is very much worth it - and it brings us closer to sharing at least 
> portions of KHTML.

I'm convinced, where can I order two copies :)

Seriously, since I've added KJS CPU guard, what will be the replacement?
Also, what happens with the js <-> plugin interface, will that remain or
should plugins add kjs (like I posted some time ago) or what happens



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