LinksBoks (Links2Browser Web-Browser) integration into XBMC - Printable Version
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- weinerschnitzel - 2009-03-28 19:39
Rules and directions: http://wiki.xbmc.org/?title=HOW-TO_submit_a_patch
Where to post: http://trac.xbmc.org
>Click New Ticket after you logged in and set the type to Patch
I am sure it wont be too difficult to do saying that the majority of the work is constant merging.
Quote:11. Do not immediately ask for Subversion write access. If you have contributed one or more nice, acceptable patches and they need maintaining or you want to be an XBMC developer, you'll get Subversion write access.Depending on how committed you are I would think that they would let you make updates straight through SVN.
- lagwagon667 - 2009-03-29 17:49
oh, I just offered that patch in case anybody is willing to start working on that thing again, I personally don't have the time and knowledge to fix bugs in linksboks. It was just a pain to pull linksboks-svn to build against recent svn-snapshots and as I did this work already somebody else who wants to pick that up could use my patch (which I only keep for personal use, it's not stable, if you know how to use it (which sites not to surf on) it's okay but I can't and won't fix anything in linksboks, just to make that clear) and doesn't need to reinvent the wheel
- fella47 - 2009-07-14 22:22
I hope this project gets picked up by someone.Links2Browser has great potential.
- waldo22 - 2009-07-15 04:29
BrokenCodes already has a fully working web-browser.
(and DXVA acceleration, too!)
unfortunately, he isn't sharing with the other children...
PS please PM me if you are interested in my oceanfront property in Kentucky