<str1ngs>I'll locally test proxy setting. but it's probably going to be an online test. which wont be good for a g-golf test. Maybe I'll find something in clutter that uses char**
<daviid>str1ngs: I need to check g-golf against namespace, wether oeone like it or not. people/distro may skip checks anyway, individually, or 'per distro', but I can't not check g-golf against 'ral' namespace
<daviid>wrt webkit-network-proxy-settings-new, I thought you 'severely' did need it, did use in in C .. but no problem either, just wanted to make sure how can possibly anyone make use of the result of that function, if it is, by definition, always an empty ist ....
<dsmith-work>sp1ff0: Not sure if it's still true, but MaxOS comes with a readline-like library that doesn't quite exactly match the gnu readline api. ./configure thinks it's available, but when guile actually tries to use it, it fails.
<sp1ff0>Ok. I'll horse around with dtruss to see if I can tell which .so it's trying to load. Thx all
<daviid>str1ngs: well thanks, but that does not help, I know what g-golf see/does wrt webkit-network-proxy-settings-new, and no matter what, it will always return an empty list, as explained here yersterday. this is a WebKit2 problem, not a g-golf problem
<daviid>str1ngs: afaict, no GI language binding to WebKit2, on earth, will be abble to use that function
<str1ngs> daviid okay, is (webkit-web-context-get-default) returning unspecified expected behavior as well?
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<daviid>str1ngs: let's be very precise - the result of calling webkit-network-proxy-settings-new from g-golf, or any other GI language binding is not undefined, it si very well defined, it is the empty list, always
<daviid>now, webkit-web-context-get-default is supposed to return an instance of the <web-kit-web-context> sublass, I see although the signature is good in g-golf, it does not return an instance, that could be a 'still missing' feature in g-golf, let me check