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Handycam 2006-12-06 12:30 PM

Drosera?
 
Any updates on this snip from February?

[quote="troyb"]
Just wanted to update you all on our plans for updating to a newer revision of WebKit and for getting the JavaScript Debugger working once again.

First the JavaScript Debugger, in the next beta you'll probably notice that this wont be listed in the Window menu. Not to worry though! We plan on reimplementing it for the next release (which we're currently referring to as 5.5.1).

One of the reasons we're holding off is because we're looking at using Drosera (<http://webkit.opendarwin.org/blog/?p=61>), this would require us to update WebKit which we're also planning on doing in this same release.
[/quote]

troyb 2006-12-06 05:48 PM

I know it's been a long time coming. WebKit still has a few problems but we're getting closer to pushing out another update that will add support for Drosera as well as the many other enhancements that have been made since our build of WebKit.

Pazu 2007-07-13 12:55 AM

Now that Drosera is included in the Sneaky Peeks, are there any docs on how to get it working?

troyb 2007-07-13 09:16 AM

Actually it isn't included inside of OmniWeb, we just support it now. You need to grab it from a WebKit nighly:

[url]http://nightly.webkit.org/[/url]

Once you launch Drosera with OmniWeb running already there will be the option to attach to OmniWeb, do so and you're set.

ata 2007-07-19 03:56 PM

I've used Drosera with the 5.6 SPs, and it works fine for the most part.

slooude 2007-07-29 01:08 AM

Ok so what is it and why would it benefit me lol

JKT 2007-07-29 02:40 AM

[url]http://trac.webkit.org/projects/webkit/wiki/Drosera[/url]

[B]About Drosera[/B]

Drosera is a JavaScript debugger for WebKit that can be used with any application that uses WebKit. Like the Web Inspector, over 90% of it is written in HTML, CSS and JavaScript.

Ward 2008-06-03 02:14 PM

Drosera has been replaced in recent Webkits
 
[QUOTE=troyb]Actually it isn't included inside of OmniWeb, we just support it now. You need to grab it from a WebKit nighly:

[URL snipped]

Once you launch Drosera with OmniWeb running already there will be the option to attach to OmniWeb, do so and you're set.[/QUOTE]
ref: [URL="http://trac.webkit.org/wiki/Drosera"]http://trac.webkit.org/wiki/Drosera[/URL]

"Drosera has been replaced by an improved debugger built into the Web Inspector. The information this page still applies to Safari 3.1 and 3.0. If you need to debug javascript in those versions of Safari, you can obtain Drosera from nightly build [URL="http://nightly.webkit.org/files/trunk/mac/WebKit-SVN-r33431.dmg"][B]r33431[/B][/URL] on OS X and r33029 on Windows."

Unfortunately, this last release of stand-alone Drosera crashes at launch on my 10.5.2 Mac.

troyb 2008-06-03 03:08 PM

Same here I'm sure one of these will launch but I haven't found the right one yet.

troyb 2008-06-03 03:18 PM

Okay update, it looks like it might your drosera preferences. Try trashing:

~/Library/Preferences/org.webkit.Drosera.plist

And see if the problem goes away.


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