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    Thanks. But I encountered this: $...

    Thanks. But I encountered this:

    $ Source/WebKit/fltk/testapp/testapp
    Error compiling builtin:
    ASSERTION FAILED: result
    parser/Parser.h(970) : WTF::PassRefPtr<T> JSC::parse(JSC::VM*, const...
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    jsc no longer segfaults in the dynamic linker...

    jsc no longer segfaults in the dynamic linker with -fno-pie (it crashes a little later, but that may be a known issue about thread stack size).
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    Should probably poke at that...I know that there...

    Should probably poke at that...I know that there were thread stack size issues for jsc in other webkit versions.
    It looks like the issue I was hitting is PIE.

    I guess that means a little bit of...
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    Have been rebuilding for about 4 hours now (Atom...

    Have been rebuilding for about 4 hours now (Atom N270, so I expect it to be slow; the 1 gigabyte of ram is small enough that -j2 would cause swap thrashing, and both ram and hard drive are slow...)....
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    On Alpine Linux, many libraries don't have static...

    On Alpine Linux, many libraries don't have static versions available (icu and harfbuzz being the relevent ones), so linking fails. Any ideas for how to do this? (libwebkitfltk.so ? Add dependencies...
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    It has a hard requirement on 1.3.3;...

    It has a hard requirement on 1.3.3; set_active()/clear_active() are not present before then. But I'm having to do a little prodding with FLTK 1.3.3, since -fvisiblity=hidden makes fl_oldfocus hidden,...
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    curaga: by the way, expect a pull request...

    curaga: by the way, expect a pull request sometime soon; I'm trying to get WebkitFLTK building on musl, and have made a few small changes already (enough to build libwtf and some in JavaScriptCore)...
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    Alpine uses a different libc that doesn't spill...

    Alpine uses a different libc that doesn't spill the guts of malloc everywhere, and gnash really hates that.
    That different libc also means that Adobe Flash, Chrome, and pepper Flash aren't going to...
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    Sure sounds interesting to me......

    Sure sounds interesting to me...
    -Download/Stream works for youtube, if the screenshots can be trusted.
    I've had no luck viewing youtube except via youtube-dl (I use Alpine Linux, so flash won't...
  10. Regarding git vs hg: ESR said on his blog that...

    Regarding git vs hg: ESR said on his blog that Mercurial was his personal favorite $VCS because of the UI, but he advocated git because it is far more widely used.

    bzr wasn't just a Canonical...
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    I'm wondering if contacting ESR (see...

    I'm wondering if contacting ESR (see http://catb.org/~esr/) would be helpful (he was involved in the release of Netscape Navigator as Mozilla).
    Before contacting him, make sure to check his...
  12. Thanks for the response. I'm interested in...

    Thanks for the response. I'm interested in getting one, and that bit about video decode is better news than I'd hoped for.
    I do have a few more questions, though:
    -I saw (looking through the lists)...
  13. While I'm sure you're eager to point people to...

    While I'm sure you're eager to point people to your company's hardware, I'm curious as to the relevance of this to the question that was asked:
    1. "Working" can mean as little as "boots and can...
  14. rsyslog, sure. syslog-ng needs libc, libglib,...

    rsyslog, sure.
    syslog-ng needs libc, libglib, and libeventlog (less than 29 kilobytes installed, here on Alpine)
    I don't see that as being heavy compared to systemd's dependencies. Maybe the 230...
  15. Not quite correct; the very first netbooks (for...

    Not quite correct; the very first netbooks (for example, Atom N270) used i915-family graphics. I know this because I'm still using one (AOA150).
    But those did disappear pretty quickly, which is why...
  16. Embedded, you're definitely wrong. AMD found a...

    Embedded, you're definitely wrong.
    AMD found a (semi-)open driver to be beneficial enough there to port it to Windows. (http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=article&item=amd_linux_wec7)
    Also...
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    I read the thread and it looks like it's mainly...

    I read the thread and it looks like it's mainly Rahul Sundaram pushing for it to be considered, a couple people agreeing, and several very vocal opponents. And it would seem to me that the discussion...
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    Huh? Since when have csh, zsh, or any ksh...

    Huh?
    Since when have csh, zsh, or any ksh variant been installed by default on Ubuntu or Debian?
    http://releases.ubuntu.com/trusty/ubuntu-14.04.1-desktop-i386.manifest lists only dash and bash.
    A...
  19. Just don't leave any setuid Linux binaries around...

    Just don't leave any setuid Linux binaries around on a shared system, there's a security hole if they're not using a 2.4.x-era libc....
  20. Thanks for the information.

    Thanks for the information.
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