The following quote from the .NET thread got this started.
In my first attempt at porting Neutralino, I attempted to target WebKit_GTK and GTK3 using the existing build infrastructure but BuildZri v1.0.0 didn’t have a clue how to build on Haiku. I tried hotwiring it to think that it was just a flavor of Linux but it wasn’t close enough. The build failed.
The following dependencies are assumed on the Linux build:
It appears there will be no easy shortcuts on this build. I (or someone else) will have to go through the Python3 build script. If anyone else is interested, the repo is at:
I know. That is what I was concerned about. Having to set up a from-scratch implementation of the build-script, I might as well write it as a HaikuPorter recipe and forget their build script. I’ll still refer to theirs though.
I just realized that there is a libxcb_devel package in HaikuPorts along with its dependencies. That got a little farther with the fake Linux build. Unfortunately libxrandr is not ported to Haiku so that still didn’t do it. I’ll try to keep tinkering.