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[whatwg] [html5] r6178 - [e] (0) More notes about video.readyState.

From: Simon Pieters <simonp@opera.com>
Date: Fri, 03 Jun 2011 15:31:26 +0200
Message-ID: <op.vwh46on9idj3kv@simon-pieterss-macbook.local>
On Fri, 03 Jun 2011 01:59:25 +0200, <whatwg at whatwg.org> wrote:

> Author: ianh
> Date: 2011-06-02 16:59:24 -0700 (Thu, 02 Jun 2011)
> New Revision: 6178
>
> Modified:
>    complete.html
>    index
>    source
> Log:
> [e] (0) More notes about video.readyState.


>
> Modified: source
> ===================================================================
> --- source	2011-06-02 23:53:44 UTC (rev 6177)
> +++ source	2011-06-02 23:59:24 UTC (rev 6178)
> @@ -30283,7 +30283,7 @@
>      <tr>
>       <td><dfn  
> title="attr-media-preload-metadata"><code>metadata</code></dfn>
>       <td><dfn title="attr-media-preload-metadata-state">Metadata</dfn>
> -     <td>Hints to the user agent that the author does not expect the  
> user to need the media resource, but that fetching the resource metadata  
> (dimensions, first frame, track list, duration, etc) is reasonable.
> +     <td>Hints to the user agent that the author does not expect the  
> user to need the media resource, but that fetching the resource metadata  
> (dimensions, first frame, track list, duration, etc) is reasonable. If  
> the user agent precisely fetches no more than the metadata, then the  
> <span>media element</span> will end up with its <code  
> title="dom-media-readyState">readyState</code> attribute set to <code  
> title="dom-media-HAVE_METADATA">HAVE_METADATA</code>;

This is wrong if we say that the first frame is "metadata" as written a  
few lines above. When you have the first frame, readyState is  
HAVE_CURRENT_DATA.

-- 
Simon Pieters
Opera Software
Received on Friday, 3 June 2011 06:31:26 UTC

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