Changes between Version 20 and Version 21 of WindowsWithoutCygwin


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Nov 14, 2015 3:51:11 PM (7 years ago)
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mmaxfield@apple.com
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    v20 v21  
    18182. Make sure all the programs you just installed (except Visual Studio and iTunes) are accessible through your $PATH. http://www.itechtics.com/customize-windows-environment-variables/ You may be required to reboot after modifying $PATH before new shells will see the updated variable.
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    20 3. > git clone git://git.webkit.org/WebKit.git
     203. Tell git your name. > git config --global user.name "John Smith"
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    22 4. > cd WebKit
     224. Tell git your email address. > git config --global user.email "johnsmith@example.com"
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    24 5. (Optional: If you intend to interact with Subversionpatches) Automatically configure the local clone to follow Subversion: > python Tools\Scripts\webkit-patch setup-git-clone
     245. > git clone git://git.webkit.org/WebKit.git
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    26 6. Download the WebKit Support Libraries to the root of your source tree https://developer.apple.com/opensource/internet/webkit_sptlib_agree.html If the file is incorrectly named, rename it to WebKitSupportLibrary.zip. Do not extract its contents. This archive includes an SDK for the Windows builds of the Apple stack of software (like CoreGraphics, for example).
     266. > cd WebKit
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    28 7. > cd Tools\Scripts
     287. (Optional: If you intend to interact with Subversion patches) Automatically configure the local clone to follow Subversion: > python Tools\Scripts\webkit-patch setup-git-clone
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    30 8. > perl update-webkit Note that this command will automatically download WebKitAuxiliaryLibraries.zip from Apple and extract it into your tree (inside the WebKitLibraries folder). This archive includes Windows builds of all the public libraries that WebKit depends on (like libxml2). Note also that this command might set environment variables.
     308. Download the WebKit Support Libraries to the root of your source tree https://developer.apple.com/opensource/internet/webkit_sptlib_agree.html If the file is incorrectly named, rename it to WebKitSupportLibrary.zip. Do not extract its contents. This archive includes an SDK for the Windows builds of the Apple stack of software (like CoreGraphics, for example).
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    32 9. If the above command asks you to reboot your machine, do so
     329. > cd Tools\Scripts
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    34 10. > perl build-webkit Note that this command will automatically extract WebKitSupportLibrary.zip (which you downloaded in step 6) into your tree (inside the WebKitLibraries folder).
     3410. > perl update-webkit Note that this command will automatically download WebKitAuxiliaryLibraries.zip from Apple and extract it into your tree (inside the WebKitLibraries folder). This archive includes Windows builds of all the public libraries that WebKit depends on (like libxml2). Note also that this command might set environment variables.
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     3611. If the above command asks you to reboot your machine, do so
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     3812. > perl build-webkit Note that this command will automatically extract WebKitSupportLibrary.zip (which you downloaded in step 6) into your tree (inside the WebKitLibraries folder).
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    3640If you have any problems, please file bugs on mmaxfield@apple.com or bfulgham@apple.com