I noticed (in playing with simple testcases) that a non-existent URL will be serialized into the fastload file. For example, a missing overlay. That seems wrong, although it doesn't look like we can test for existence in the xul code that will try to serialize this. Although missing JS out-of-line scripts don't get written into the file, but I'm not sure why. Am I correct that the parser and/or content sink will pass a stub document in place of the missing content? Maybe this isn't a big deal.
Hmm, well I see how JS avoids this, but JS gets told about the failure. The xul stuff just gets handed some gunk from parser.
Assignee: bugs → jag
QA Contact: jrgmorrison → xptoolkit.widgets
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