[webkit-dev] HTML5 Application Cache
ddkilzer at webkit.org
Wed Oct 15 13:03:14 PDT 2008
Please file a bug on <https://bugs.webkit.org/> with steps to reproduce on Safari. We really know what change(s) in the manifest caused the crash.
Also I believe there was at least one recent manifest-related crash fix, so trying this on a WebKit nightly build (before filing a bug) would also be helpful.
On Wed, 10/15/08, VictorM <vosuba at gmail.com> wrote:
> I've been using this feature on the iPod Touch.
> It works, but under some circumstances during a
> cache-manifest change,
> Safari will crash and will from then on always crash when
> loading that page,
> until I reset the iPod's software.
> I had what looks like the same problem on Safari 4 preview
> David Kilzer wrote:
> > This feature shipped with iPhone OS 2.1. When you use
> "Add to Home
> > Screen" from the "+" button on Safari
> for iPhone, a web application with a
> > manifest defined (per the HTML5 spec) will be saved
> with any cached
> > resources. Note that the manifest file *must* be
> served with the correct
> > MIME type for this to work.
> > There is no shipping version of Safari for Mac OS X or
> Windows that
> > supports this feature yet.
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