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[Bug 13995] <track> Don't check Content-Type for <track>

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--- Comment #30 from Philip Jägenstedt <philipj@opera.com> 2011-10-25 08:54:50 UTC ---
(In reply to comment #28)
> Your last two paragraphs seem to contradict each other. Can you elaborate?

There is no contradiction, since the same sniffing wouldn't be applied when
navigating and when fetching in a <track> context.

However, if there is a solution which allows the exact same sniffing rules to
be applied for both <track> and <video> contexts and when navigating I'd be
perfectly happy with that. The main point is that it should be possible to
serve video and text tracks without Content-Type or with
application/octet-stream and text/plain respectively and have it just work,
which strictly speaking doesn't require always ignoring Content-Type, even if
that is my preferred solution.

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