[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 80981] [GTK] [WK2] Add javascript clipboard functionality settings to WebKit2 GTK+ API

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Wed Mar 14 23:24:56 PDT 2012


--- Comment #16 from Antaryami Pandia <antaryami.pandia at motorola.com>  2012-03-14 23:24:56 PST ---
(In reply to comment #14)
> The DOM you access from JavaScript is actually a type of DOM binding. I think "DOM" or something like it is important here to disassociate this from other pastes, which this does not affect.
> What I'm really missing from this patch is why anyone would want to enable or disable the DOM paste setting. Is it for security reasons? 

That seems to be the reason.

>  I think someone without WebKit experience isn't really going to know what this is for.

You are right. In fact I didn't find any documentation for webkit settings. Is it possible to add a page in wiki for the same? If yes I can compile a list and publish in the wiki page.

> Take a look at the other tests that are in Source/WebKit2/UIProcess/API/gtk/tests to see how to add a new test.

I have added tests for the settings in "TestWebKitSettings.cpp".Please refer to WIP patch. Is this what you intended?

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