This is a first step in porting the Mac Tiled Drawing logic to Windows.
Created attachment 232994 [details]
Attachment 232994 [details] did not pass style-queue:
ERROR: Source/WebCore/platform/graphics/ca/mac/TileGrid.cpp:186: Multi line control clauses should use braces. [whitespace/braces] 
ERROR: Source/WebCore/platform/graphics/ca/mac/TileGrid.cpp:259: Missing space after , [whitespace/comma] 
Total errors found: 2 in 7 files
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> + FloatRect visiblePart(CGRectOffset([tileLayer frame], tileTranslation.x(), tileTranslation.y()));
looks like ObjC to me!
> - FloatRect visiblePart(CGRectOffset([tileLayer frame], tileTranslation.x(), tileTranslation.y()));
> + FloatRect visiblePart(CGRectOffset(frameForLayer(tileLayer), tileTranslation.x(), tileTranslation.y()));
wut. weird patch format, I guess?
> +#include <WebCore/FloatRect.h>
we're in webcore, is there any need for WebCore/?
Committed r169914: <http://trac.webkit.org/changeset/169914>
This was needed because Xcode only changed the logical folder names of the new files; they were meant to be moved from the 'mac' specific folder.
Second follow up commit:
Committed revision 169923.
This was needed because 'TileController.h' must be marked as a Private header or else the WebKit2 build will fail.