[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 13596] Implement .onprogress handler on XMLHttpRequest objects to support progressive download content length information

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Tue Apr 1 05:10:59 PDT 2008


------- Comment #5 from ap at webkit.org  2008-04-01 05:10 PDT -------
(In reply to comment #4)
> As you said the issue is the event handler. FYI, my testing were done on
> gtk/curl so I think the issue should be solved in WebCore. I thought I would
> work on it on a separate bug (to do maybe more perf testing). If you insist, I
> can include the fix with this patch as is quite simple (just adding a byte
> counter and firing the event when it is above a threshold).

  Either way is OK with me, but I'm not convinced that the fix will be that
simple. What happens if the data is sent slowly (e.g. 1 byte per second)? I
would expect to get an event for each byte.

  I think that this is a practical use case, as progress of a lengthy operation
can be reported in this way.

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