[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 20179] XMLHttpRequest.abort() problem

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Sat Aug 2 15:30:30 PDT 2008


------- Comment #1 from jchaffraix at webkit.org  2008-08-02 15:30 PDT -------
(In reply to comment #0)
> 1. http://www.w3.org/TR/XMLHttpRequest/#abort

I have read again the specification and the code. I did see a small mismatch:
we check for state <= OPENED and the send flag is false instead of state ==
UNSENT or state == OPENED and the send flag is false. However the send() flag
is false for the UNSENT state so it should be harmless.

> 2. browser doesn't switch the state to DONE (4) and doesn't dispatch a
> readystatechange on XMLHttpRequest.abort() when:
>    a) state is OPENED (1) and send() flag is "true";
>    b) state is HEADERS_RECEIVED (2);
>    c) state is LOADING (3).

The 3 last points are covered by a regression test

Could you provide us a test case or a real page that shows the bug you are
mentioning? And give us all the details about your platform (WebKit revision,


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