Yo Dawg!

Yo dawg! I herd you like browsers, so i put a browser in your browser so you can browse while you browse.

15 thoughts on “Yo Dawg!”

  1. @Jeff Schroeder: Except that in Inception the more dreams you recurse into, the faster the inner dreams run. I have a feeling that here the more browsers you recursively start, the slower they’ll become.

    Then again, never underestimate alexl’s magic.

  2. Oh yes!

    Question: What would the steady state of an infinite recursion of a HTML page look like? Can you recover exactly the same markup after an iteration?

  3. @alexl
    >firefox is not GTK3, and the new backend only supports firefox
    Do you mean that only support Epiphany with Webkit works right now?

  4. Smith:

    Not sure what you mean.

    The only applications that can be remoted with this are those that use Gtk 3.0 (with no X specific code). Firefox is not such an app, so it can’t be remoted.

    On the browser side, the only thing that is supported as a target for the gdk backend atm is firefox, but that is due to some minor details in how the browsers handle stuff. It should not be a real problem to port it to any browser that supports canvas and websockets.

  5. See, I thought you were awesome when I first read about this mess. After using that meme I think I just… yeah, I’m totally going to make a GTK 3.0 application now. You’ve convinced me.

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