[webkit-dev] web timing

Sergio Villar Senin svillar at igalia.com
Tue May 6 02:25:33 PDT 2014

En 06/05/14 01:40, Alex Christensen escribiu:
> I’m working on web timing based on https://dvcs.w3.org/hg/webperf/raw-file/tip/specs/NavigationTiming/Overview.html and the current ResourceLoadTiming class has more information than is required for the spec.  I’ve trimmed it down, but it appears to be used in 
> ResourceHandleSoup.cpp and a partially-implemented PerformanceResourceTiming.cpp.  Would anyone be opposed to conforming to the w3c spec?  Does anyone want to keep the current structure?  I’m not sure what to do with the efl and gtk build failures in https://bugs.webkit.org/show_bug.cgi?id=132574 and it would be nice if we could unify the code more.

I'm definitely in favor of conforming to the w3c spec. Any idea why the
recent versions provide less detailed information?.

Regarding the issues in the GTK build it looks like most of them are
trivial replaces like the ones you did for the other platforms: dnsEnd
-> domainLookupEndTime, connectStart -> connectStartTime etc...

For the values no longer present in the specs I'm fine with the removal.


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