Docking the Web Inspector in WebKit2 doesn't respect the maximum inspector size (75% of the total window height).
WebKit2 doesn't use the same way of attaching and detaching as WebKit1 on Mac and Windows, and so we need to call constrainAttachedWindowHeight when we lay out the inspector and inspected view's in WebInspectorProxyMac and WebInspectorProxyWin.
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Why do we need to do this calculation in WebKit? Doens't WebCore already constrain the height for us?
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(In reply to comment #2)
> (From update of attachment 92455 [details])
> Why do we need to do this calculation in WebKit? Doens't WebCore already constrain the height for us?
WebCore doesn't constrain the height when initially attaching. It constrains the height when opening attached (which we don't do - due to <rdar://problem/9353114>), and it constrains when changing the attached window height.
Doing the calculation in WebKit also allows us to handle resizing the inspector when the whole window is resized.
Landed in r85874.
http://trac.webkit.org/changeset/85874 might have broken GTK Linux 32-bit Debug
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