[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 135612] Web Inspector: timelines shouldn't count time elapsed while debugger is paused

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Mon Aug 11 22:44:57 PDT 2014


Brian Burg <burg at cs.washington.edu> changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
            Summary|Web Inspector: timelines do |Web Inspector: timelines
                   |not re-animate when         |shouldn't count time
                   |debugger pauses and then    |elapsed while debugger is
                   |resumes                     |paused

--- Comment #2 from Brian Burg <burg at cs.washington.edu>  2014-08-11 22:45:07 PST ---
Actually, sometimes the timeline does resume, but it treats the paused time as 100% CPU on the paused call frame or something. Ideally, it would not count paused time against execution duration.

For replay, we could drop a breakpoint marker on the timeline, and replay back to it. But that's a separate bug.

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