Changeset [3701d37135ab415940499d7016c1f7cd6bc66c74] by Glen E. Ivey

July 22nd, 2009 @ 04:21 AM

Ha! All green. The content of iframe elements (and likely frames within frame sets, although that is untested) now have their own private JS global object and execution environment, though code in one window can access the DOM in others using the standard window properties correctly. As a side effect, a document object can now be correctly reloaded with new content, the document.parentWindow property will work in all contexts, and there are new Rhino-provided global functions to manipulate the scope chain of JS Function objects.

Committed by Glen E. Ivey

  • M dist/env.js
  • M dist/env.rhino.js
  • M rhino/mainForEnvjs.jar
  • M rhino/src/org/wontology/floss/rhino/envjs/
  • M src/dom/document.js
  • M src/dom/implementation.js
  • M src/html/document.js
  • M src/html/frame.js
  • M src/window/document.js
New-ticket Create new ticket

Create your profile

Help contribute to this project by taking a few moments to create your personal profile. Create your profile ยป

a javascript browser environment