Changes between Version 76 and Version 77 of BuildingGtk


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Jan 23, 2012 5:05:53 AM (9 years ago)
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    6464== Extending the jhbuild environment ==
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    66 If for some reason you would like to have jhbuild build more modules, or simply newer versions of some of them - which is very useful if you are hacking Epiphany, you can extend the moduleset used by our jhbuild setup with a custom moduleset . To do that create your new moduleset file, it may look like this:
     66If for some reason you would like to have jhbuild build more modules, or simply newer versions of some of them - which is very useful if you are hacking Epiphany, you can extend the moduleset used by our jhbuild setup with a custom moduleset . To do that create your new moduleset file, set a couple environment variables (discussed bellow), and run ./Tools/Scripts/update-webkitgtk-libs to build and install your new modules. The file may look like this:
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    6868{{{
     
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    112 Then set the '''WEBKIT_EXTRA_MODULESETS''' to a file:// URI pointing to your file, like this:
     112To let the WebKit jhbuild environment know about the new files set the '''WEBKIT_EXTRA_MODULESETS''' to a file:// URI pointing to your file, like this:
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    114114{{{
     
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    118 If you added new modules, set the '''WEBKIT_EXTRA_MODULES''' variable to a comma-separated list with their names.
     118If you added new modules, set the '''WEBKIT_EXTRA_MODULES''' variable to a comma-separated list with their names. '''Please note:''' you have to run '''./Toolsc/Scripts/update-webkitgtk-libs''' with these environment variables set for the modules to be taken into consideration.
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    120120== Installation ==