Libraries for displaying web pages

Hi all,
Does anyone know of any SDL libraries that can be used to display web pages?
I’d like to avoid using screen captures and adding all of the web-page
functionality myself (doable, but a pain in the neck, obviously). Any help
would be greatly appreciated - thanks in advance.

Chris Dickinson

llmozweb was made by linden labs for second life. it might only be for
opengl though.On Tue, Jun 8, 2010 at 3:39 PM, Chris Dickinson wrote:

Hi all,
?Does anyone know of any SDL libraries that can be used to display web pages?
I’d like to avoid using screen captures and adding all of the web-page
functionality myself (doable, but a pain in the neck, obviously). ?Any help
would be greatly appreciated - thanks in advance.

Chris Dickinson


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I believe Pango (and hence SDL_Pango) can do some basic HTML markup, but
that’s the closest thing I’ve seen to “display web page” in SDL.On Tue, Jun 08, 2010 at 07:39:47PM +0000, Chris Dickinson wrote:

Hi all,
Does anyone know of any SDL libraries that can be used to display web pages?
I’d like to avoid using screen captures and adding all of the web-page
functionality myself (doable, but a pain in the neck, obviously). Any help
would be greatly appreciated - thanks in advance.


-bill!
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Hi Chris,

I’ve used gtkmozembed in Linux with SDL before (see
http://www.mozilla.org/unix/gtk-embedding.html) and one can embed also
an IE browser on Win32 in the same way.

I can send you my old the Linux code if you like. Let me know.

–AndreasOn 6/8/10 12:39 PM, Chris Dickinson wrote:

Hi all,
Does anyone know of any SDL libraries that can be used to display web pages?
I’d like to avoid using screen captures and adding all of the web-page
functionality myself (doable, but a pain in the neck, obviously). Any help
would be greatly appreciated - thanks in advance.

Chris Dickinson


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Is there any reason the GTK route wouldn’t work on Windows?On Tue, Jun 8, 2010 at 10:23 PM, Andreas Schiffler wrote:

Hi Chris,

I’ve used gtkmozembed in Linux with SDL before (see
http://www.mozilla.org/unix/gtk-embedding.html) and one can embed also an IE
browser on Win32 in the same way.

I can send you my old the Linux code if you like. Let me know.

–Andreas

On 6/8/10 12:39 PM, Chris Dickinson wrote:

Hi all,
? Does anyone know of any SDL libraries that can be used to display web
pages?
I’d like to avoid using screen captures and adding all of the web-page
functionality myself (doable, but a pain in the neck, obviously). ?Any
help
would be greatly appreciated - thanks in advance.

Chris Dickinson


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Another option is Origyn Web Browser. It has a port of Webkit to SDL,
and that would work on all platforms. Though I’m not sure if it will
work nicely as a widget.


http://www.sand-labs.org/owbOn 9 June 2010 05:09, Chris Dickinson wrote:

?Does anyone know of any SDL libraries that can be used to display web pages?
I’d like to avoid using screen captures and adding all of the web-page
functionality myself (doable, but a pain in the neck, obviously). ?Any help
would be greatly appreciated - thanks in advance.

http://www.netsurf-browser.org/about/

http://www.netsurf-browser.org/about/this little known browser uses SDL
frontend if thats any use, does not support javascript but supports CSS

Hey, it’s even active. That’s fantastic :slight_smile:

Jonny DOn Wed, Jun 9, 2010 at 3:40 AM, Neil White wrote:

http://www.netsurf-browser.org/about/

http://www.netsurf-browser.org/about/this little known browser uses SDL
frontend if thats any use, does not support javascript but supports CSS


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I don’t think so.

But in my case it was not desired anyways, thus not researched. The app
needed to keep the final application size as small as possible and using
the IE Navigator2 COM object on windows directly forgoes the requirement
to include GTK binaries for the window executable (while on Linux GTK is
assumed to be installed).On 6/8/10 7:26 PM, Donny Viszneki wrote:

Is there any reason the GTK route wouldn’t work on Windows?

On Tue, Jun 8, 2010 at 10:23 PM, Andreas Schiffler <@Andreas_Schiffler> wrote:

Hi Chris,

I’ve used gtkmozembed in Linux with SDL before (see
http://www.mozilla.org/unix/gtk-embedding.html) and one can embed also an IE
browser on Win32 in the same way.

I can send you my old the Linux code if you like. Let me know.

–Andreas

On 6/8/10 12:39 PM, Chris Dickinson wrote:

Hi all,
Does anyone know of any SDL libraries that can be used to display web
pages?
I’d like to avoid using screen captures and adding all of the web-page
functionality myself (doable, but a pain in the neck, obviously). Any
help
would be greatly appreciated - thanks in advance.

Chris Dickinson


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