[GitHub issue by etiennesegonzac on 2012-09-09T17:25:23Z, https://github.com/mozilla-b2g/gaia/issues/4481] STR: - log to a gmail account from the gaia browser - select a mail - click "Archive" (links at the bottom of the page) We get a big ugly gecko-looking XML error. Not sure where it comes from and if a gecko bug should be filed, ping @jlebar ?
[GitHub comment by jlebar on 2012-09-09T21:21:13Z] I can't test this atm because wifi is broken on my device. If you have a chance, what does the error message say? It could be that we're running out of memory and, instead of crashing, we do something funky which results in an error.
[GitHub comment by etiennesegonzac on 2012-09-10T09:55:29Z] It's not showing up in screen-shots, but approximately : ``` XML Parsing Error: not well-formed Location: https://mail.google.com... Line Number 27, Column 53: The conversation has been archived [some html fragment probably meant to be placed in the dom] ```
[GitHub comment by jlebar on 2012-09-10T19:40:07Z] @bzbarsky This is pretty bizarre. Do you have any idea what might be going on here? This doesn't smell like OOM to me...
[GitHub comment by bzbarsky on 2012-09-10T20:59:16Z] The most likely cause is browser sniffing combined with buggy (possibly undertested) codepaths on the server. Does spoofing the desktop Firefox UA change the behavior?
[GitHub comment by etiennesegonzac on 2012-09-12T14:30:49Z] Yep we get the full version (pretty unusable) when spoofing the UA but archiving works ;)
[GitHub comment by bzbarsky on 2012-09-12T16:24:26Z] OK. Want to run a packet sniffer while doing the steps from comment 0 (hey, too bad Github's issue tracker doesn't number or linkify the comments....) and seeing what the server returns exactly?
[mass adding reproducible keyword for any open Gaia bug with the word "STR:" in comments]
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 4 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
Duplicate of bug: 1036987
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