Checking out the Source Code
To check out the S60WebKit source code to your computer assuming you have the Subversion binaries installed and in your PATH, follow these steps at a command prompt (typically the SDK installation path is
cd <SDK installation path> svn checkout svn://anonsvn.opensource.apple.com/svn/webkit/S60/trunk S60
Or, use a graphical interface to Subversion (such as TortoiseSVN):
- In Windows Explorer find the top of the SDK installation path (typically
- Create a new folder called "S60"
- Right-click the new S60 folder and select "SVN checkout…"
- Enter the project URL:
- Click OK.
Note: If you are inside a firewall you will need to enable access to the svn server. Nokia employees click here.
Building the Source Code
Once you have the tools and source code on your computer, you’re ready to compile. Open a command prompt and change directory to your working copy (or right-click the S60 folder and click "Open Command Window Here") and run the build script:
cd <SDK installation path>S60 build
When passed no arguments, build.bat will compile the S60WebKit port for the S60 emulator.
There are many different options you can pass to build.bat, however. For more information on the build script, see the build options.
So what next?
There are a couple of things you can do after you’ve compiled.
You can run the layout tests:
cd <SDK installation path>S60 runATF
Or you can start the emulator:
cd <SDK installation path>S60 emu