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Now that WebKit is available, and makes the lovely rendering engine of Safari available to other apps, there's a back-burner project of mine that I might tackle now. I could really use some basic help-the-n00b advice on how to go about accomplishing this with WebKit, and whether it's even feasible. Basically, there are some proprietary help formats out there that bind a bunch of fairly standard HTML into wacky archive files. Would it be possible to construct an app to display these sorts of files? The stumbling block seems to be that WebKit wants to do both the rendering tasks and the content fetching tasks. Is there a way that I can insert my own code into the process, such that, say, all outgoing requests go to my code, and I can then provide an NSString or NSData or something as the contents of that resource? Pretty much all relative URLs in the HTML will refer to other files inside the archive, which my code must extract and hand back to the rendering engine. Can this be done with WebKit? How much hacking will be involved? And where should I start looking? Sixten _______________________________________________ webkitsdk-dev mailing list | email@hidden Help/Unsubscribe: http://www.lists.apple.com/mailman/listinfo/webkitsdk-dev Do not post admin requests to the list. They will be ignored.
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