author Brendan Dahl <>
Thu, 09 Aug 2018 09:18:40 -0700
changeset 486804 0097284827171bc1214caecd658832f393cb8bde
parent 485795 271ad78ecd803a2baf59be86975aad3084fa1bd9
child 511811 d532474e710f8a58ab10a2702dca432bc2eefa69
permissions -rw-r--r--
Bug 1482170 - Remove <Add/Remove>BroadcastListenerFor on XULDocument webidl. r=bz These methods are only ever used in tests and no longer need to be exposed. In test_bug445177.xul I tried to preserve more of the test, but everything after the call to addBroadcastListenerFor is dependent on that. MozReview-Commit-ID: C4vAxNir4O8

<html lang="en">
  <meta charset="utf8">
  <title>Test for Bug 819670 - Web console object inspection does not handle native getters throwing very well</title>
  <script type="text/javascript" src="chrome://mochikit/content/tests/SimpleTest/SimpleTest.js"></script>
  <script type="text/javascript" src="common.js"></script>
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<p>Test for Bug 819670 - Web console object inspection does not handle native getters throwing very well</p>

<script class="testbody" type="text/javascript">

function startTest()
  removeEventListener("load", startTest);
  attachConsoleToTab([], onAttach);

function onAttach(aState, aResponse)
  onEvaluate = onEvaluate.bind(null, aState);
  aState.client.evaluateJS("document.__proto__", onEvaluate);

function onEvaluate(aState, aResponse)
  checkObject(aResponse, {
    input: "document.__proto__",
    result: {
      type: "object",
      actor: /[a-z]/,

  ok(!aResponse.exception, "no eval exception");
  ok(!aResponse.helperResult, "no helper result");

  onInspect = onInspect.bind(null, aState);
  let client = new ObjectClient(aState.dbgClient, aResponse.result);

function onInspect(aState, aResponse)
  ok(!aResponse.error, "no response error");

  let expectedProps = {
    "constructor": { value: { type: "object" } },

  let props = aResponse.ownProperties;
  ok(props, "response properties available");

  if (props) {
    ok(Object.keys(props).length == Object.keys(expectedProps).length,
       "number of enumerable properties");
    checkObject(props, expectedProps);

  closeDebugger(aState, function() {

addEventListener("load", startTest);