Script load order bug

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Script load order bug

Unread post by Tomaso » 2019-05-19, 11:16

Test:
http://dolske.net/mozilla/tests/prompt/ ... order.html
Expected result: "Main page alert" should appear before "subscript alert", and the page should finnish loading.
Actual result: "Main page alert" appears before "subscript alert", like it should (fixed in Pale Moon v28.5.0), but the page never finnish loading.

Note:
In Pale Moon v28.4.1, the script load order is wrong ("subscript alert" appears before "Main page alert"), but the page finnish loading just fine.

Possibly partially faulty commit:
https://github.com/MoonchildProductions ... a255669829

Reference:
https://github.com/MoonchildProductions ... -487404475

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Perhaps someone can track down the source of the problem, so that a proper report can be filed at GitHub?

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Re: Script load order bug

Unread post by New Tobin Paradigm » 2019-05-19, 13:57

"So a proper report can be made". This is the faulty logic you operate under. The github issue tracker for UXP isn't largely for vauge reports. That is what the forum is for.

The issue tracker at the repo is for tracking the progress of confirmed issues to be solved that are well defined. I have been telling you this for years that this, the forum, is the proper place to work out that definition.

Do keep your self confined to here. If there is progress, someone who is not you will create a well defined issue to be resolved.

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Re: Script load order bug

Unread post by Tomaso » 2019-05-19, 14:12

New Tobin Paradigm wrote:
2019-05-19, 13:57
The issue tracker at the repo is for tracking the progress of confirmed issues to be solved that are well defined.
I get the feeling that you keep on bashing people on pure principle.
If someone is able to "track down the source of the problem" (which I asked), then the issue has been confirmed and defined, right?
You don't have to worry about me ever reporting it at GitHub though, because I've already decided to leave that to developers from now on.

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Re: Script load order bug

Unread post by Moonchild » 2019-05-19, 18:42

Tomaso wrote:
2019-05-19, 14:12
I get the feeling that you keep on bashing people on pure principle.
I get the feeling you simply don't want to accept basic common sense as something valid to follow, and will buck any time at anyone who points that out to you.

Follow what has been laid out for you multiple times already in multiple issues.

All of this is off-topic (whee that didn't last long!) for your OP.
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Re: Script load order bug

Unread post by Moonchild » 2019-05-19, 18:46

Tomaso wrote:
2019-05-19, 11:16
Possibly partially faulty commit:
https://github.com/MoonchildProductions ... a255669829

Reference:
https://github.com/MoonchildProductions ... -487404475
No

Already answered in my comment RIGHT BELOW IT on the github issue.
That just addresses the fact that you can have multiple tab-modal prompts at the moment and that is why the order is reversed but that does NOT fix any script loading issue
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