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posted 2015-09-16 20:29:15 +0200

If anybody is really interested in trying the port some RPMs compatible with 1.1.9.28 can be found at: http://tworaz.net/downloads/jolla/quicksilver/47.0.2510.0/. Please keep in mind this is highly experimental stuff, use at your own risk. I've sanity tested both builds and they work fine on the jolla tablet and phone, but I can't give any guarantees about their suitability for anything more satisfying your curiosity.

If you expect a fully featured browser that can replace sailfish-browser or any of the 3rd party browser apps from harbour those RPMs are most probably not for you.

  1. The builds has been made from bleeding edge chromuim code (lkgr branch checkout from 15.09.2015) some engine bugs are expected. Until the port is finished I don't plan to release builds based on chromium stabilization branches.
  2. I don't aim to make a new browser for sailfish. Instead at some point I'd like to port sailfish-browser to chromium. The QuickSilver Shell app is basically a simple test browser I use to test the engine, not something that is supposed to be an end user app.

If anybody is really interested in trying the port some RPMs compatible with 1.1.9.28 can be found at: http://tworaz.net/downloads/jolla/quicksilver/47.0.2510.0/. Please keep in mind this is highly experimental stuff, use at your own risk. I've sanity tested both builds and they work fine on the jolla tablet and phone, but I can't give any guarantees about their suitability for anything more satisfying your curiosity.

If you expect a fully featured browser that can replace sailfish-browser or any of the 3rd party browser apps from harbour those RPMs are most probably not for you.

  1. The builds has been made from bleeding edge chromuim code (lkgr branch checkout from 15.09.2015) some engine bugs are expected. Until the port is finished I don't plan to release builds based on chromium stabilization branches.
  2. I don't aim to make a new browser for sailfish. Instead at some point I'd like to port sailfish-browser to chromium. The QuickSilver Shell app is basically a simple test browser I use to test the engine, not something that is supposed to be an end user app.

If you'd like to build your own qtwayland package use mer code from mer-5.4 with one extra patch from: http://tworaz.net/downloads/patches/qtwayland/.

If anybody is really interested in trying the port some RPMs compatible with 1.1.9.28 can be found at: http://tworaz.net/downloads/jolla/quicksilver/47.0.2510.0/. Please keep in mind this is highly experimental stuff, use at your own risk. I've sanity tested both builds and they work fine on the jolla tablet and phone, but I can't give any guarantees about their suitability for anything more satisfying your curiosity.

If you expect a fully featured browser that can replace sailfish-browser or any of the 3rd party browser apps from harbour those RPMs are most probably not for you.

  1. The builds has been made from bleeding edge chromuim code (lkgr branch checkout from 15.09.2015) some engine bugs are expected. Until the port is finished I don't plan to release builds based on chromium stabilization branches.
  2. I don't aim to make a new browser for sailfish. Instead at some point I'd like to port sailfish-browser to chromium. The QuickSilver Shell app is basically a simple test browser I use to test the engine, not something that is supposed to be an end user app.

If you'd like to build your own qtwayland package use mer code from mer-5.4 branch with one extra patch from: http://tworaz.net/downloads/patches/qtwayland/.

If anybody is really interested in trying the port some RPMs compatible with 1.1.9.28 can be found at: http://tworaz.net/downloads/jolla/quicksilver/47.0.2510.0/. Please keep in mind this is highly experimental stuff, use at your own risk. I've sanity tested both builds and they work fine on the jolla tablet and phone, but I can't give any guarantees about their suitability for anything more than satisfying your curiosity.

If you expect a fully featured browser that can replace sailfish-browser or any of the 3rd party browser apps from harbour those RPMs are most probably not for you.

  1. The builds has been made from bleeding edge chromuim code (lkgr branch checkout from 15.09.2015) some engine bugs are expected. Until the port is finished I don't plan to release builds based on chromium stabilization branches.
  2. I don't aim to make a new browser for sailfish. Instead at some point I'd like to port sailfish-browser to chromium. The QuickSilver Shell app is basically a simple test browser I use to test the engine, not something that is supposed to be an end user app.

If you'd like to build your own qtwayland package use mer code from mer-5.4 branch with one extra patch from: http://tworaz.net/downloads/patches/qtwayland/.

If anybody is really interested in trying the port some RPMs compatible with 1.1.9.28 can be found at: http://tworaz.net/downloads/jolla/quicksilver/47.0.2510.0/. Please keep in mind this is highly experimental stuff, use at your own risk. I've sanity tested both builds and they work fine on the jolla tablet and phone, but I can't give any guarantees about their suitability for anything more than satisfying your curiosity.

If you expect a fully featured browser that can replace sailfish-browser or any of the 3rd party browser apps from harbour those RPMs are most probably not for you.

  1. The builds has have been made from bleeding edge chromuim code (lkgr branch checkout from 15.09.2015) some engine bugs are expected. Until the port is finished I don't plan to release builds based on chromium stabilization branches.
  2. I don't aim to make a new browser for sailfish. Instead at some point I'd like to port sailfish-browser to chromium. The QuickSilver Shell app is basically a simple test browser I use to test the engine, not something that is supposed to be an end user app.

If you'd like to build your own qtwayland package use mer code from mer-5.4 branch with one extra patch from: http://tworaz.net/downloads/patches/qtwayland/.