Re: gtkhtml2 vs. gtkhtml1

On 17 Sep 2002, Biswapesh Chattopadhyay wrote:

> On Tue, 2002-09-17 at 13:21, Mikael Hallendal wrote:
> > 
> > 
> > tis 2002-09-17 klockan 08.19 skrev Biswapesh Chattopadhyay:
> > 
> > > 2) To render help pages and show HTML mail, we do not need:
> > >     a) Full HTML 4.0.1
> > >     b) Full CSS1/2 support
> > >     c) Full DOM1/2 support
> > >     d) Full JS1.5 support
> > 
> > We *do* want both CSS and DOM for the help stuff (at least).
> yes, but KHTML does have these. I meant *full* support is not required
> (and will lead to bloat)

I would really like to see the substaniation of why full CSS and DOM are
not needed - or at leats please do bring examples of what parts you
consider to be superfluous. 


> BTW, when you say you want DOM, are you looking at manipulation using
> direct calls or a JS interface (i.e. DHTML ?) If you need the latter,
> we'll have to have a JS engine also. (The Mozilla JavaScript
> engine) can be used I suppose (Brenden has a pretty good embedding
> tutorial at
> If you're OK with direct calls, KHTML has a prettygood DOM interface
> ( But then, if you really need to make full use of all these features, you're probably better off simply using Gecko (Editing might be a bit problematic though).

DOM is usefull for far more than just changing it via javascript.

> Rgds,
> Biswa.


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