I've landed the update of the ES6 Promise implementation.
Through this work, I've experimentally added the internal private function,
@enqueueJob(JS function, JS array for arguments).
This is corresponding to the ES6 spec EnqueueJob.
This EnqueueJob handler is now tightly
On Jul 1, 2015, at 7:42 PM, Gyuyoung Kim email@example.com wrote:
WebKit2 already has a similar feature, which is so-called *custom protocol*
enabled by Mac, Gtk and EFL ports. However the custom protocol feature
supports to register custom scheme
through API layer instead of
I’m suggesting a default runloop for non-web content.
I haven’t read through the details of integrating with the web content
definition of micro task.
On Jul 6, 2015, at 4:44 PM, Maciej Stachowiak m...@apple.com wrote:
Should JS be defining an event loop abstraction that WebCore
Should JS be defining an event loop abstraction that WebCore then uses? That
would be weird, because the required behavior of the even loop in web content
even know enough to run microtasks at all the right times
It’s not so great for each client to need to reinvent the microtask runloop
On Jul 6, 2015, at 10:05 AM, Yusuke SUZUKI firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
I've landed the update of
The custom protocol handler feature of the WebKit2 API is for the
embedding native application to provide raw data to resource loads directly.
While tangentially related to how registerProtocolHandler would work for
some uses, there’s numerous differences.
If so, custom protocol handler feature
This is a well-known issue. Ideally outline size would be factored into visual
overflow, but that’s a bit tricky because outline is weird and crosses between
On Jul 6, 2015, at 9:26
While hacking composited layer in WebKit, I realized CSS outline style inflate
size of all RenderLayers. Since WebKit has default css of 5px outline for
focused element, focusing input in the below sample inflate the cyan box. This
can reproduced in WK2 OSX port in r186227.
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