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README.md

Brightray

Brightray is a static library that makes libchromiumcontent easier to use in applications.

Using it in your app

See electron for example of an application written using Brightray.

Development

Prerequisites

  • Python 2.7
  • Linux:
    • Clang 3.0
  • Mac:
    • Xcode
  • Windows:
    • Visual Studio 2010 SP1

One-time setup

You must previously have built and uploaded libchromiumcontent using its script/upload script.

$ script/bootstrap http://base.url.com/used/by/script/upload

Building

$ script/build

Building Brightray on its own isn’t all that interesting, since it’s just a static library. Building it into an application is the only way to test it.

License

In general, everything is covered by the LICENSE file. Some files specify at the top that they are covered by the LICENSE-CHROMIUM file instead.

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