On 30/01/15 10:49, Glen Walker wrote:
I have signed up to this developers list because I am keen to help
out in the development of NetSurf. My dream is to have a first
class browser available for RISC OS users (which will encourage
more people to use and stick with the platform).
Great, the RISC OS front end certainly needs someone to work on it;
it's not had very much attention lately. To do much with NetSurf,
you'll need to know C.
I have not got my hands on the source code yet and thought I'd
introduce myself first. If anyone has any good advice about
where I should start looking
The best place to start is probably to build NetSurf. There are
You will have to cross-compile to build for RISC OS.
Actually, improving the documentation for cross compiling would be a
helpful thing to start with.
The best place to ask for help is probably here or on IRC (#netsurf on
what would you like me to work on, etc
You could look though the bug tracker for RISC OS-specific issues and
feature requests, and see if anything takes your fancy. Otherwise, I
suggest using NetSurf for a bit and working on whatever aspects you feel
are most lacking, or most interesting.
Michael Drake http://www.netsurf-browser.org/