Google's Blink team pulls 8.8 million lines of WebKit code in one month

Google's Blink team pulls 8.8 million lines of WebKit code in one month

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New Google let us all know that it would strip out unneeded WebKit code to make its Blink web engine scream, but it never said exactly what kind of pace we could expect. The answer, it turns out, is "breakneck." The company's Alex Komoroske told Google I/O attendees that the...
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