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var expectations = [
{ contentType: 'application/xml;charset=UTF-8', responseText : '<\u00FF\/>' },
{ contentType: 'text/html;charset=UTF-8', responseText : '<body>\uFFFD<\/body>' }, /*invalid character code in document turns into FFFD*/
{ contentType: 'text/html;charset=UTF-8', responseText : '<body>\u30C6\u30b9\u30c8<\/body>' } /* correctly serialized Shift-JIS */,
{ contentType: 'text/html;charset=UTF-8', responseText: 'top' }, /* There's some markup included, but it's not really relevant for this test suite, so we do an indexOf() test */
{ contentType: 'text/html;charset=UTF-8' },
{ contentType: 'text/html;charset=UTF-8', responseText: '<img>foo' },
{ contentType: 'text/html;charset=UTF-8', responseText: '<!DOCTYPE html><html><head></head><body><div></div></body></html>' }
function request(input, number, title) {
test(function() {
var client = new XMLHttpRequest()"POST", "resources/", false)
var exp = expectations[number]
assert_equals(client.getResponseHeader('X-Request-Content-Type'), exp.contentType, 'document should be serialized and sent as '+exp.contentType+' (TEST#'+number+')')
// The indexOf() assertation will overlook some stuff, i.e. XML prologues that shouldn't be there (looking at you, Presto).
// However, arguably these things have little to do with the XHR functionality we're testing.
if(exp.responseText){ // This test does not want to assert anything about what markup a standalone IMG should be wrapped in. Hence the GIF test lacks a responseText expectation.
assert_true(client.responseText.indexOf(exp.responseText) != -1,
JSON.stringify(exp.responseText) + " not in " +
assert_equals(client.responseXML, null)
}, title)
function init(fr, number, title) { request(fr.contentDocument, number, title) }
This test also tests how documents in various encodings are serialized.
The below IFRAMEs contain:
* one XML document parsed from a windows-1252 source - content is <ΓΏ/>
* one HTML-document parsed from an invalid UTF-8 source, will contain a basic HTML DOM
with a U+FFFD replacement character for the invalid char
* one HTML document parsed from a valid Shift-JIS source
<iframe src='resources/' onload="init(this, 0, 'XML document, windows-1252')"></iframe>
<iframe src='resources/' onload="init(this, 1, 'HTML document, invalid UTF-8')"></iframe>
<iframe src='resources/' onload="init(this, 2, 'HTML document, shift-jis')"></iframe>
<iframe src='folder.txt' onload="init(this, 3, 'plain text file')"></iframe>
<iframe src='resources/image.gif' onload="init(this, 4, 'image file')"></iframe>
<iframe src='resources/' onload="init(this, 5, 'img tag')"></iframe>
<iframe src='resources/' onload="init(this, 6, 'empty div')"></iframe>