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[Bug 10625] Spec should cover stopping parsing on location.href = "foo"

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--- Comment #27 from Ian 'Hixie' Hickson <ian@hixie.ch> 2010-10-22 01:27:47 UTC ---
Conclusions:
- On the same step of the navigation algorithm that says "Cancel any
preexisting attempt to navigate", if the resource being navigated to is not a
javascript: URL, then abort any parsers in the browsing context and its
descendants.
- When we abort a parser, we should also abort any pending 'fetch' algorithms
for that document.
- We definitely don't run its "The End" steps when a parser is aborted.
- There's no difference between whether the navigation is started from within
the frame or without.

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