Tuesday, June 12, 2007


The engine for the safari web browser is called webkit, and their are nightly builds for webkit. I am hoping that perhaps the issue with Proxies on safari might be solved by the nightly builds of webkit. We'll have to wait and see.

Its wishful thinking mostly, the engine is more concerned with how websites are rendered rather than handling proxies, I would think.
clipped from webkit.org

The merge of the Apple Windows WebKit port has finished. We have updated the build instructions on the web site. Those developers interested in building the source should start here. We have also updated our nightly builds web site to include nightlies for both OS X and Windows. You can download a nightly here. Bugzilla is also open for business, so start reporting those WebKit bugs!

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