Build no. 2000052720 (Linux - XFree86 4.0) Entering the above URL in the address bar, and then trying to load crashes mozilla! To repeat, simply visit the above page in moz!
In the text window I see infinite cycling of the messages: Document: Done (13.189 secs) *** check number of frames in content area Marking confirmed.
Changing component to DOM Level 0. The problem is that there is an infinite loop when setting location.href twice in BODY's onLoad.
This must be fixed for nsbeta3
Please advise: is bug 42060 a duplicate?
This bug has been marked "future" because the original netscape engineer working on this is over-burdened. If you feel this is an error, that you or another known resource will be working on this bug,or if it blocks your work in some way -- please attach your concern to the bug for reconsideration, but do not clear the nsbeta3- nomination.
There shouldn't be this simple ways to crash a product. Sorry guys, removing nsbeta3-... Besides, there are potentially related bugs that are also on nsbeta3 lists. See bug 42060, bug 47279 and bug 48382.
Restoring [nsbeta3-]. "No simple ways to crash a product" is not the criterion we're using. Time left to ship date, resources available, and importance of bug is. The workaround for this bug is simple: don't set location.href twice. Heikki, don't remove nsbeta3-es unless you're reassigning the bug to yourself.
Marking evangwanted. Someone please contact the site owner and ask them to fix their code.
Site has been informed. Adding evangelized keyword and removing evangwanted keyword. Stealing bug from jst, sorry.
Accepting before I get more whiney email.
Oh no, don't take my bugs! (Just kidding) :-) I just tested this on linux and it appears to be fixed...
quite similar to one of eric's bugs
Actually, I think it may be a dup of Rick's bug 48382 as Heikki noticed above. This is worksforme today too though (Linux tip build). Either way, even if it's not fixed it should probably be fixed when 48382 is fixed...
I tested this with win95 with current trunk & it seems fixed. I didn't see any crash. & also according to eric it should be fixed when bug 48382 is fixed. Bug 48382 is fixed & verified. Marking this one fixed.
Crashtest added as part of http://hg.mozilla.org/mozilla-central/rev/5a6def05ccbc