--- Comment #7 from Erik van Pienbroek <erik-fedora(a)vanpienbroek.nl> ---
(In reply to comment #6)
Wrt angleproject, I wish it were that simple. It is actually used
qtwebkit for all platforms, something to do with webGL support.
I read about this in your qt5-qtwebkit review ticket. Did you already try just
removing the bundled ANGLE code and see what fails during the build? Perhaps
the additional pieces from ANGLE aren't actually used by qt5-qtwebkit
So, if I understand you correctly, angleproject may be possible to
unbundled if the default static linking is used?
I would have to try that out, but theoretically it should be possible.
Unfortunately this still doesn't resolve the fact that each fork of ANGLE has
its own set of features and internal symbols. Perhaps things have improved in
the last couple of months (I haven't done investigations in this area recently)
but I'm afraid it will still end up in a messy situation..
This also makes me wonder which a better situation: linking against a static
ANGLE library which is bundled with qt5-qtwebkit, or linking against a static
ANGLE library which is part of a separate mingw-angleproject-static package.
Both aren't really ideal..
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