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Posted about 2 years ago by Filip Pizlo
Over the past year, Mark has been working on improving JavaScriptCore, the WebKit JavaScript engine. Among other things, he has streamlined the JSC object model and improved the performance of the JSC parallel garbage collector. Please join me in congratulating him in his new WebKit Reviewer role!
Posted about 2 years ago by tonikitoo
Over the past years, Yong has been working on JavaScriptCore (mainly ARM), memory handling, thread safety, graphics, networking, security fixes, as well as BlackBerry port specific bugs. He was a big contributor to the original WinCE port as well. Please join me in congratulating him in his new WebKit reviewer role.
Posted about 2 years ago by Peter Beverloo
This update discusses the 625 commits which landed in WebKit’s repository last week, up to r120570. Web Inspector switched to using Chas Emerick’s jsdifflib for creating diffs between revisions. A dock-to-right icon has been added to the status bar ... [More] , the settings screen has been rearranged and the list of local modifications may now be cleared. Furthermore, [...] [Less]
Posted about 2 years ago by Peter Beverloo
This update considers all of 587 last week’s commits until revision 119951. Web Inspector’s pretty print feature now respects the indenting preferences. Only the room domain will be expanded in the Sources and Scripts Panels and links will be opened by default in the Sources panel, falling back to either the Resources or Network panels. Zero [...]
Posted about 2 years ago by Peter Beverloo
This update describes 728 changes up to WebKit revision 119369. Parsing for the box-decoration-break CSS property landed, with the rendering part still pending. Form controls in disabled fieldsets won’t be checked for validity anymore, and fieldsets ... [More] themselves now feature the elements accessor. Input elements with a :first-letter style are editable again, the Æ named entity will [...] [Less]
Posted about 2 years ago by Peter Beverloo
This update discusses last week’s 931 WebKit commits, up to revision 118648. Web Inspector’s Sources Panel is no longer experimental, which intends to combine features from the Resources and Scripts panel, such as revision history. The Go to Source shortcut is now accessible from all panels, drag and drop from the Navigator Panel has been [...]
Posted about 2 years ago by Simon Hausmann
We’re happy to announce that Carlos Garcia Campos is now a WebKit reviewer. Carlos has most recently been the fearless leader of Igalia’s efforts to release a stable version of WebKit2 for GTK+. You may also remember his work porting much of the GTK+ platform layer to GTK+ 3.x. Congratulations Carlos!
Posted about 2 years ago by Peter Beverloo
This update addresses last week’s 820 changes to WebKit’s repository, up to revision 117727. The debugger sidebar for Web Inspector’s Script Panel can now be toggled using a button. Console messages about Content Security Policy violations now name ... [More] the directive and support for saving snippets has been implemented. Using the latest CSS Flexible Box module now requires you [...] [Less]
Posted about 2 years ago by Eric Seidel
Levi Weintraub has been with webkit.org a long time. He’s known for various projects including his bidi work and most recently our subpixel layout support. Please join me in congratulating our latest reviewer!
Posted about 2 years ago by Peter Beverloo
A total of 650 commits landed in WebKit’s repositories last week, ending with revision 116915. Web Inspector’s search box supports CSS selectors again, JavaScriptCore timers will now show up on the timeline and a context menu has been added for tabs. ... [More] Text decorations, such as underlines, will now be rendered for text in :first-line selectors. Implementation of [...] [Less]