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Interesting score of Qt Webkit in html5test.com



  • |. Browser vVer |. Points |_. Bonus |
    |<. Microsoft Internet Explorer v9 |>. 130 |>. 5 |
    |<. Mozilla Firefox v3.6 |>. 155 |>. 4 |
    |<. Qt Webkit (with Qt 4.7.2) v2.0.2 |>. 212 |>. 2 |
    |<. Apple Safari v5.0.3 |>. 228 |>. 7 |
    |<. Opera v11.1 |>. 244 |>. 7 |
    |<. Google Chrome v10.0.648 |>. 288 |>. 13 |

    [EDIT: converted to a nice table :-), Volker]



  • featurewise support of webkit for html5 as reported by the website is "here":http://developer.qt.nokia.com/wiki/Qt_Webkit_HTML5_Score



  • Umm, just got Qt 4.7.3 and no change in Qt Webkit version or the scores. Hope we get a newer webkit version soon!



  • I hope so too! Trying to compile QtWebKit 2.1, but getting errors :(



  • Thijs, not sure if the daily source snapshot has a later version... I've been wanting to check but never got to it



  • I compiled QtWebKit on Linux (Git checkout branch qtwebkit-2.1)
    @./Tools/Scripts/build-webkit --qt --release --file-reader --image-resizer --no-svg --no-javascript-debugger
    @
    I run the demo browser that is included and I got a score of 230 + 10, so indeed a bit higher. Drag&drop support is much better thanks to a bugfix from the SVN WebKit I backported to QtWebKit2.1 (WebKit/qt/Api/qwebpage.cpp - around line 1000, remove the if(...) inside dragEnterEvent(T* ev){} )

    It seems the file-reader does not actually work though in Qt. It's correctly enabled, but just doesn't work: for example this demo: http://html5demos.com/file-api



  • 230 + 10 is nice jump :)



  • It also depends on the compilation options of course (and probably installed codecs); when I did a minimal compilation, I got a score of 160 + 10



  • MiniBrowser Mobile on my Nokia N8 with Qt4.7.3: 235 + 13 bonus


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