[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 27612] handling scripts can block UI

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Thu Aug 6 20:31:17 PDT 2009


Eric Seidel <eric at webkit.org> changed:

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--- Comment #1 from Eric Seidel <eric at webkit.org>  2009-08-06 20:31:16 PDT ---
(From update of attachment 33349)
For example.  When a script tag finishes loading, I think js can get a "on
load" event sent.  If that's true, then that event will be sent before
execution instead of after execution in your port.  I would have to look to
confirm if there is an onload for <script> tags.

Seems 120 vs. 0 should be a constant defined with an #ifdef at one location in
the file.

When would this ever be hit?
5     if (!m_clients.contains(c))
 166         return;
I would think that would be an error.

80             if (!m_clientsToNotify.isEmpty()) {
 181                 m_notifyTimer.startOneShot(0);
 182             } else {
 183                 m_decodedDataDeletionTimer.startOneShot(120);
 184             }

The change looks technically correct.  But I'm not sure this will function
correctly from a web page's perspective.

The change need more comment as to why this will be OK from a web page's

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