Webkitten for Cocoa

A native Cocoa implementation of the webkitten interface, integrated with the Lua scripting engine.

Installation

Webkitten depends on:

  • OS X 10.10+

From source

Development dependencies:

  • make
  • (BSD) install, or be comfortable editing the Makefile environment
  • Rust 1.5+, with Cargo (http://doc.crates.io)

Once the dependencies are satisfied, run make cocoa from the root of the repository to generate the Webkitten.app bundle.

Homebrew

Install webkitten-cocoa from tap using

brew cask install kattrali/formulae/webkitten-cocoa

Options

The webkitten-cocoa binary can be used to open a URI (or several) directly and specify a custom configuration path. However, the default mode for running the app is through an app bundle, obviating these options.

Usage: webkitten-cocoa [options] [FILE] [FILE ...]

Options:
    -c, --config PATH   Use this configuration path
    -h, --help          Print this help text

Customization

At this point, you can run Webkitten.app, but it is a blank slate without customized configuration or registered commands. Its a matter of personal preference how you want webkitten to work for you and what commands and keyboard shortcuts (among other things) should be available.

  1. View the configuration options reference and customize your configuration as needed. The default configuration file location is $HOME/.config/webkitten/config.toml.
  2. Select commands from webkitten/contrib which may be useful to you and install them into your command search path.
  3. Write any other commands you need to make your browser perfect.