[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 25831] [GTK] events missing when a document is (re)loaded

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Wed Dec 1 02:01:22 PST 2010


--- Comment #19 from Mario Sanchez Prada <msanchez at igalia.com>  2010-12-01 02:01:22 PST ---
Looks like the problem is related to another (still unresolved) bug, which is currently being worked around through an "ASSERT(m_currentItem); if (!m_current_item) return;" combo:

    void HistoryController::restoreScrollPositionAndViewState()


        // FIXME: As the ASSERT attests, it seems we should always have a currentItem here.
        // One counterexample is <rdar://problem/4917290>
        // For now, to cover this issue in release builds, there is no technical harm to returning
        // early and from a user standpoint - as in the above radar - the previous page load failed 
        // so there *is* no scroll or view state to restore!
        if (!m_currentItem)


Not sure how to proceed here then... I'll try to investigate the root issue to see if I can help on that FIXME, or just find another way to implement the unit test avoiding this code (whenever it's possible), if I can't find a better fix for the whole problem.

Btw, is there any way I can check rdar://problem/4917290 ?

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