|Product:||[Applications] konqueror||Reporter:||Fabiano Sidler <fabianosidler>|
|Component:||kjs||Assignee:||Konqueror Developers <konq-bugs>|
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Description Fabiano Sidler 2006-06-18 23:00:55 UTC
Version: (using KDE KDE 3.5.2) Installed from: I Don't Know OS: I Don't Know In KJS, the objects returned by document.createElement don't inherit Element unlike in Gecko or Opera. This conforms well with the W3C recommendation, since that recommendation only needs these objects to satisfy the "Element" interface but AFAIK not to inherit anything. However this makes impossible a rich set of scripting possibilities and techniques. I therefore highly appreciate if these objects inherited from Element in further releases.
Comment 1 Maksim Orlovich 2006-07-03 00:41:38 UTC
On Sunday 02 July 2006 18:11, Maks Orlovich wrote: > SVN commit 557310 by orlovich: Forgot to forward it to bugs... And note that this will probably need some additions to support everything, but they should be pretty easy... > > A bunch of DOM changes we'll need to support the new yahoo mail > and ATLAS stuff; this is neccessary but not sufficient, since they > also heavily use setters/getters, which I am not sure we want to support in > 3.5.x... (But this stuff is standalone) > > 1. Provide some emulation of mozillaisms like Node.prototype = ... . > These are incomplete, but should hopefully cover the important stuff. > Related to that, fix HTMLDocument to use a proper prototype. > > 2. Merge from Apple's tree: support the no-op debugger; statement, > it at least seems to be used by yahoo... > > 3. Readonly support for characterSet property. > > 4. Fix crash on reading some properties of mouse events that weren't > dispatched --- noticed on testing this stuff. > > > M +49 -0 khtml/ecma/kjs_binding.h > M +2 -0 khtml/ecma/kjs_css.cpp > M +2 -0 khtml/ecma/kjs_css.h > M +30 -74 khtml/ecma/kjs_dom.cpp > M +8 -12 khtml/ecma/kjs_dom.h > M +33 -51 khtml/ecma/kjs_events.cpp > M +1 -11 khtml/ecma/kjs_events.h > M +20 -21 khtml/ecma/kjs_html.cpp > M +2 -0 khtml/ecma/kjs_html.h > M +20 -2 khtml/ecma/kjs_window.cpp > M +3 -1 khtml/ecma/kjs_window.h > M +864 -841 kjs/grammar.cpp > M +57 -55 kjs/grammar.h > M +13 -0 kjs/grammar.y > M +1 -1 kjs/keywords.table > M +19 -1 kjs/lookup.h