Closed Bug 895548 Opened 7 years ago Closed 4 years ago
tracking bug for cases where we unexpectedly don't report JS exceptions
There are a lot of these bugs and I think a bunch of them are probably related to each other or duplicates, but I want to track them in one place.
My understanding following the discussion in bug 844730 is that under the current architecture, there are likely a large number of separate small bugs (a la bz's suggestion in bug 895340 comment 2), but I (as a somewhat disinterested observer, I admit) think we should change the architecture (a la bug 844730 comment 15) so that we solve this stuff with a small number of bigger (and riskier) changes. I'm under the impression that as we convert more Web APIs that involve native code calling JS functions from Web content (e.g., Events) to WebIDL, this becomes less risky because it doesn't touch as much.
No longer depends on: 896928
Marking all tracking bugs which haven't been updated since 2014 as INCOMPLETE. If this bug is still relevant, please reopen it and move it into a bugzilla component related to the work being tracked. The Core: Tracking component will no longer be used.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Closed: 4 years ago
Resolution: --- → INCOMPLETE
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