Closed Bug 204961 Opened 17 years ago Closed 16 years ago
Apply XBL bindings before interpreting Java
I don't really think this is the right way to go. Hyatt?
I don't think we should do this -- the content of script is not a presentational or behavioral property of the script, really...
I would be fine with doing this unless it affects performance, and if someone steps up to the plate to do this. I don't however think that we should implements xml-events in this way, i'd rather see a "real" implementation in C++
> unless it affects performance Doing this will, if nothing else, force script evaluation at frame construction time instead of content creation time... that will require that all scripts always flush the content sink (to ensure that the frames get constructed right there and then). So yes, it will hurt performance of loading vanilla HTML pages.
I really don't think it is semantically right to expect XBL to affect compiling of scripts. At all. :-)
Right. That was comment 3. With sicking and Ian's leave, WONTFIX.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Closed: 16 years ago
Resolution: --- → WONTFIX
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