|Re: my browser widget is always causing the web kit so's to load [message #1069786 is a reply to message #1067800]
||Tue, 16 July 2013 14:55
| Grant Gayed
Registered: July 2009
Hi Mark, there should only be a couple of possibilities here, unless |
you're seeing an SWT bug:
1. You say that you're setting
-Dorg.eclipse.browser.DefaultType=mozilla, but your property name is
missing its "swt" segment (should be "-Dorg.eclipse.swt.br..."). Was
this just a typo in your question or do you actually have the wrong
property name in your eclipse.ini?
2. If there's another loaded plug-in that creates a Browser with style
SWT.WEBKIT then it will load webkit. Eclipse platform only creates
SWT.NONE-style Browsers, so do you have any other plug-ins that could be
On 7/10/2013 11:55 AM, Mark Fishman wrote:
> Hello, for some strange reason my SWT browser always loads the webkit
> shared object libraries on my RH 6 machines if they are installed.
> I did the following test:
> On a Redhat 6.3 machine with the following installed:
> 1. webkitgtk-1.2.6
> 2. xulrunner 10.0.5
> My SWT 3.8 application had a:
> in its .ini file and the browser that I create code had SWT.MOZILLA
> passed in to its constructor list. With this configuration, everything
> comes up and I can launch the about:config page to prove that I am
> indeed running xulruuner. However, when I close the application it
> then crashes. While I was investigating that crash, I noticed that when
> I pmap'ed the process, I saw a:
> in its shared library list. Further, when I uninstalled webkitgtk, my
> crash went away.
> I have done a grep through my code and there is no where in that code
> where I ever instantiate a browser that is not SWT.MOZILLA.
> Can anyone tell me what other things might cause the webkit libraries to
> load and if there is anyway to stop it?
> -- Mark
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