[webkit-gtk] webkit2gtk resources
victor.lucero at ipartner.cl
Wed Aug 27 10:07:09 PDT 2014
In the old api I used to connect to the soup session and also with a patch to lib-soup we access the contents via “get-chunk” in the soup message so I got all the resources loaded by the page. also in the old api you could just hook a signal to “frame-created” to capture gore info and data.
El 27-08-2014, a las 13:02, Jose <jmalv04 at gmail.com> escribió:
> In a previous discussion
> the webkit_web_view_save_to_dir was proposed.
> What ended up being implemented was webkit_web_view_save and
> _save_to_file, which dump the webview using
> the MHTML format.
> I thought it would be useful for my understanding to dump each
> resource to a file, so I basically
> follow the approach described in the testing files
> - connect to resource-load-started
> - Connect to loaded signal and add each resource to a GLIst
> - wait some time after the page has loaded
> - take a snapshot
> - save the resource and subresources to a directory
> This works well for most web pages but I have 3 cases I don't know how
> to handle (using 2.5.3):
> 1) The page has frames
> E.g. when I Ioad a URL with this content
> <frameset cols="10%,10%,80%">
> <frame src="data:text/html,ok" />
> <frame src="/doesnotexist.html" />
> <frame src="/test/index2.html" />
> I get the following (status code, type, url, get_content_len, actual dataSize)
> 200 html /test/frames_broken.html 202 202
> 200 html /test/index2.html 41 0
> 404 html /doesnotexist.html 168 0
> 0 html data:text/html,ok 2 0
> The main_resource and the data URI are ok but I am unable to get the
> content for the other two frames (and I think at least I should get
> the 41 bytes content from /test/index2.html, as it has status 200)
> 2) The page loads a Flash plugin
> I would need to save the file that is being passed to the plugin (and
> maybe a reference to which plugin, which may be obvious from the
> extension). The plugin content file does not show as a Resource.
> 3) Debugging a large page
> I've taken snapshots of several large pages and they render properly.
> When I try a full page rendering of http://www.yahoo.es, there are some images
> missing (happens for short and long waits after load
> but does not happen when the rendering is limited in height).
> Anecdotally, I verified that these final images load slowly in
> Epiphany 3.10 (but not so much in the 2.5.3 MiniBrowser) and
> they load much faster in Firefox.
> And when I look at the resources, the images not in the snapshot are
> missing but I don't get any non-200 status code or failed callback.
> Any ideas on how to approach these three issues ?
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