I realize we've got things like tkhtml and hv3 as well as gnocl::webkit, but how is there not a tightly integrated, works with core Tk, cross platform widget using webkit (or other HTML5, standards
Well, I did my due diligence after the fact--searching c.l.t for webkit shows relevant discussions from 9 years ago and nothing really to show for it. Anybody harboring any super-secret, super-awesome
I also really miss the integration of Webkit into Tk. Do you know any document which describes the interface which has to be fulfilled for an integration (into any toolkit)? If such a document exists,
I don't see any detailed documentation on the official site, but there are multiple widgets for various toolkits including gtk, qt, efl, and wx. Some appear to be officially supported and in the
> You could hire somebody to do it, or sponsor somebody who wants to
> create such a Tk widget anyway. That way you could also influence the
> capabilities and features of the yet-tbd "Tkwebkit". ...more
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