[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 157852] Web Inspector: console.trace should show something useful for bound functions

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Wed May 18 11:54:13 PDT 2016


--- Comment #2 from Joseph Pecoraro <joepeck at webkit.org> ---
function foo() {
function bar() {

I get:

  [Log] Trace: inner
    [f] bar (bound.html:6)
    [N] bar
    [f] foo (bound.html:3)
    [S] Global Code (bound.html:8)

So, console.trace does not stop at bound functions.

It doesn't provide a location. It could provide a location. What location should it be? The location of where the function was bound (.bind() invocation), or the location of the target function (that is already available as the next call frame).

Honestly I would have expected this:

  [Log] Trace: inner
    [f] bar (bound.html:6)
    [N] bound bar
    [f] foo (bound.html:3)
    [S] Global Code (bound.html:8)

We can probably trivially get the improved "bound bar" name when creating the trace frames.

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