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[Bug 12595] <video> Fire suspend event when/if entire resource is loaded

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--- Comment #6 from Philip Jägenstedt <philipj@opera.com> 2011-08-03 08:51:25 UTC ---
OK, so the title of this bug was poorly chosen.

What I am saying is that when the transfer has stopped in an expected manner
(networkState=IDLE), the suspend event should be fired. As currently spec'd, if
the resource does not fit in cache the transfer will have to be suspended and a
suspend event fired, while if it does no suspend event will be fired. It seems
better to always fire a suspend event, as otherwise it will only happen in
disk-limited situations which authors are far less likely to test with.

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