Re: [dev] stali and static surf binary

From: Anselm R Garbe <>
Date: Mon, 17 May 2010 09:00:41 +0100

On 16 May 2010 01:08, anonymous <> wrote:
> On Sat, May 15, 2010 at 05:11:48PM -0400, Ersin Akinci wrote:
>> Thus, dynamic libraries would still be used, but at least they would
>> be duplicated, independent, and isolated for each program that needed it.
> What problem you are trying to solve?  You want to make binaries
> independent from environment so you can get your directory with
> program and it's libraries and run on every Linux machine?  I think
> main goal of stali is to get rid of complex dynamic library loader and
> make loading faster.  Looks like you are trying to use static linking
> for different purpose.
> If it is too hard to compile these complex web browser engines, it is
> possible to switch to Netsurf or Dillo.  Dillo uses FLTK, it is
> developed for static linking from the start.  Browser engine is
> internal so there is no problem.  These browsers are not so functional
> as WebKit-based browsers like surf but they are more simple in fact.
> BTW there are no commits to stali repository recently, it is developed
> privately or it is not developed now?

It is stalled currently, but I will have some more time soon. I'm
still quite busy at my day job unfortunately.

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