Now that chrome workers have a module system (bug 872421), we can start working on implementing libraries. The objective if this bug is twofold: - make Telemetry usable from a chrome worker, wrapping this as a module; - make as much as possible of existing Telemetry clients actually place calls to a Telemetry worker. Cc-ing Nathan to confirm that it makes sense and to determine which parts of Telemetry can be ported to a worker.
Makes sense to me. The I/O is likely the first place to start porting operations to workers. I'm not entirely sure how much other stuff will port easily given dependences on XPCOM.
So, TelemetryPing.js has a fair share of synchronous I/O, with a flag to ensure that this I/O is specifically synchronous. Nathan, what would I break if I just made all this I/O asynchronous? (except the test that tests that it's synchronous)
(In reply to David Rajchenbach Teller [:Yoric] from comment #2) > So, TelemetryPing.js has a fair share of synchronous I/O, with a flag to > ensure that this I/O is specifically synchronous. Nathan, what would I break > if I just made all this I/O asynchronous? (except the test that tests that > it's synchronous) Should be hardly anything besides the tests.
Closing this. We might re-visit it in the future from a fresh Angle. Is worth noting that the Quantum Flow initiative didn't highlight this being a problem though.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 10 months ago
Resolution: --- → WONTFIX
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