Sciter, Mac OSX port progress report.

November 12, 2013

Filed under: Sciter — Andrew @ 9:50 pm

It is coming.

Here is structure of projects the Sciter is made of:

  • /demos/ – group of demonstration projects that go to public SDK:
    • inspector – DOM inspector, targets: /sdk/bin/inspector32.dll and /sdk/bin/inspector64.dll, uses/depends-on sciter.dll
    • sciter – main demo, UI "player" of HTML/CSS/TIScript, targets: /sdk/bin/sciter32.exe and /sdk/bin/sciter64.exe, uses/depends-on sciter.dll
  • /libs/ – external libraries, used "as is" by sciter.dll
    • dybase – Konstantin Knizhnik’s DyBASE, used by tiscriptlib to provide persistence (Storage and Index objects). Static library, part of sciter.dll
    • png – standard distribution of pnglib + animated PNG extension. Used by gool.  Static library, part of sciter.dll
    • zlib – standard distribution of zlib. Used by pnglib and sciter.dll. Static library, part of sciter.dll
  • d2d – Direct2D and DirectWrite gfx backend, used by gool and html. Static library, part of sciter.dll
  • gdi+ – GDI+ gfx backend implementation, used by gool and html. Static library, part of sciter.dll
  • gool – abstract graphics layer, used by html. Static library, part of sciter.dll
  • html – h-smile core – HTML/CSS engine. Static library, part of sciter.dll
  • sciter.dll – the sciter engine assembly per se. targets: /sdk/bin/sciter32.dll and /sdk/bin/sciter64.dll
  • tiscript – standalone tiscript interpretter/compiler assmbled as command line utility. Used for example to compile TIS sources to bytecodes. target: /sdk/bin/tiscript.exe (32bit).
  • tiscriptlib – TIScript core, uses /libs/dybase and tool static libraries. Static library, part of sciter.dll
  • tool – collection of common primitives: string, array<T>, hash_map<T>, etc. Static library, part of sciter.dll
  • win – window primitives (Windows)

So far I’ve ported /tool, /tiscript + /dybase

/gool and /html are platform independent but taking some attention.

Major things are graphics and windowing layers, they are taking most of the time at the moment.

1 Comment »

  1. cool andrew

    hope to see it on Linux too

    Comment by midiway — November 18, 2013 @ 2:23 pm

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