Given the current user agent of Edge, the browser will get the safari permutation of GWT. If Edge is really compatible to WebKit, as its user agent states, then it should just work.--
However this is pretty similar to what happened with IE 11. The user agent of IE 11 states to be compatible to gecko and thus it gets the gecko permutation of GWT. Of course IE 11 wasn't fully compatible to gecko and GWT had to implement some runtime checks in the gecko permutation to fix some IE 11 issues. I guess something similar will happen with Edge and the Safari permutation.
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