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[Bug 10137] What criteria should browsers use to determine whether a URL's hash fragment differs from the previous one? Should the comparison be case-sensitive? Currently, all implementations of hashchange use case-sensitive comparisons except IE8, which uses a case-

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--- Comment #2 from contributor@whatwg.org  2010-09-25 17:59:15 ---
Checked in as WHATWG revision r5489.
Check-in comment: Only compare fragments for onhashchange, to make this work
better with pushState(). Also, define it as case-sensitive.
http://html5.org/tools/web-apps-tracker?from=5488&to=5489

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