[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 14807] [gtk] API implementation: url and title

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Mon Jul 30 11:36:36 PDT 2007


------- Comment #3 from xan.lopez at gmail.com  2007-07-30 11:36 PDT -------
(In reply to comment #1)
> I think this model might be too simple. The Mac/Windows APIs expose
> WebURLRequest and WebDataSource classes which can be queried for their
> URL/title, respectively. This is needed because a WebView can have more than
> one of each of these associated with it at a time. -[WebView
> provisionalDataSource] and -[WebView dataSource] expose WebDataSource's that
> represent the current and completed load, respectively. This is very useful
> when creating a window title like "Loading -- Google", for example.
> I think there are many benefits to mimicking the Mac/Windows API here.

Are you simply suggesting to store the current and the "in-progress" title/url,
or anything more sophisticated? Showing a temporary title like "Loading --
Google" and reverting to the old one (and old URL) in case of
failure/cancellation would be certainly a nice touch.

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