author Matt Falkenhagen <>
Tue, 05 Mar 2019 12:13:40 +0000
changeset 464536 b172a1750aecc02b5489415c7b78474918a5f236
parent 444780 52a1404ac742b76a5776c41aabc7f9d295e3a08a
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Bug 1528032 [wpt PR 15377] - WPT: service worker: Loosen postmessage-to-client-message-queue.https.html., a=testonly Automatic update from web-platform-tests WPT: service worker: Loosen postmessage-to-client-message-queue.https.html. Chrome flakily failed the test because it doesn't guarantee the order between message and fetch event. That might violate the spec, but the test doesn't need to test this. It's meant to test that the client message queue isn't enabled until a certain time. We can test that without requiring message/fetch ordering. Loosen the test to just check that the messages arrive after |earliest_dispatch|. Bug: 926670 Change-Id: Ic291b25443358412936b4a5eeb24ee6f8efa6b71 Reviewed-on: Auto-Submit: Matt Falkenhagen <> Commit-Queue: Hiroki Nakagawa <> Reviewed-by: Hiroki Nakagawa <> Cr-Commit-Position: refs/heads/master@{#632030} -- wpt-commits: cde22888c0ffdde9842d380d11e0f09aab38006e wpt-pr: 15377

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