[webkit-dev] Using DocLoader vs SubresourceLoader for loading a (worker) script
levin at chromium.org
Wed Apr 22 11:26:04 PDT 2009
You're basically switching from DocLoader to SubresourceLoader for loading a
script for workers. DocLoader uses CachedResource and SubresourceLoader
So another way to state your question is:
- What benefit does one get from using the cache (CachedResource) for
loading worker scripts?
- If one switched to using SubresourceLoader, is it useful or necessary
to add support (under a flag) for CachedResource to SubresourceLoader?
On Fri, Apr 17, 2009 at 1:28 PM, Jian Li <jianli at chromium.org> wrote:
> To make script loading in nested worker work, I plan to change the use of
> CachedResource machinery to ThreadableLoader, as in bug 25215 (
> Can anyone who is an expert on loading design advise if this switch has any
> problem or not?
> Thanks a lot,
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