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> Nokia Releases Webcore-based 'web Browser For S60', Any chance of porting this?
eji
post May 24 2006, 10:41 AM
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From this longer post on Macsimum News:

"A Nokia press release from the World Wide Web Conference in Edinburgh, Scotland, states that they’ll be releasing their Web Browser for S60, based on Apple’s WebCore to the open source community. Here’s the press release in its entirety:

Mobility-enhanced code release to drive open source collaboration, reduce browser fragmentation & deliver true web rendering on smartphone devices..."

Does this look like something we might be able to get on the Z? Sounds like it would be perfect.
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post May 24 2006, 10:59 AM
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QUOTE(eji @ May 24 2006, 06:41 PM)
From this longer post on Macsimum News:

"A Nokia press release from the World Wide Web Conference in Edinburgh, Scotland, states that they’ll be releasing their Web Browser for S60, based on Apple’s WebCore to the open source community. Here’s the press release in its entirety:

Mobility-enhanced code release to drive open source collaboration, reduce browser fragmentation & deliver true web rendering on smartphone devices..."

Does this look like something we might be able to get on the Z? Sounds like it would be perfect.
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Install openzaurus/GPE, start gpe-mini-browser and voila, you have webcore running on your Z
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