Re: Use cases for Range::createContextualFragment and script nodes

On Wed, Oct 20, 2010 at 7:14 AM, Stewart Brodie
<> wrote:
> Henri Sivonen <> wrote:
>> When WebKit or Firefox trunk create an HTML script element node via
>> Range::createContextualFragment, the script has its 'already started' flag
>> set, so the script won't run when inserted into a document. In Opera 10.63
>> and in Firefox 3.6.x, the script doesn't have the 'already started' flag
>> set, so the script behaves like a script created with
>> document.createElement("script") when inserted into a document.
>> I'd be interested in use cases around createContextualFragment in order to
>> get a better idea of which behavior should be the correct behavior going
>> forward.
> Does the specification for createContextualFragment say anything about this?

I don't believe such a spec exists, or at least I couldn't find one
the other month.


Received on Thursday, 21 October 2010 04:43:09 UTC