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Mac client needs access to the reparented frame's former page in order to update resource tracking (see bug 44713).
Created an attachment (id=68996) [details]
This patch merely adds a parameter to FrameLoaderClient::didTransferChildFrameToNewDocument(). Code to use it will be in a separate patch - probably the one that fixes bug 44713.
(From update of attachment 68996 [details])
Clearing flags on attachment: 68996
Committed r68576: <http://trac.webkit.org/changeset/68576>
All reviewed patches have been landed. Closing bug.
Turns out I don't need this API change after all because the update resource tracking trigger needs to go in WebCore and not the WebKit client layer. What's the best way to revert this patch? Or is it too late for a simple revert and I am better off entering a new bug and submitting a new patch to undo this change?
(In reply to comment #5)
Simple revert (with ChangeLog reflecting both changes) is just fine. No need for new bug.
Created an attachment (id=72245) [details]
rollback api change
(From update of attachment 72245 [details])
View in context: https://bugs.webkit.org/attachment.cgi?id=72245&action=review
Small ChangeLog nit.
r- since it's going via cq, so needs to be changed first.
> + Rollback:
Could you add revisions, as in: Rollback of <url to rev in trac>:
Also, since you edit it manually, lets add a reason for rollback (design changed, no need for parameter).
> + Rollback:
Ditto here (rev number and reason, also for all ChangeLogs)
Created an attachment (id=72256) [details]
Added revision info and link along with description to ChangeLogs.
Put back a few extra lines of code that are still needed: oldPage local var in Frame.cpp, plus include and class declarations for Page. Page is now used elsewhere in the file, so it's not safe to rollback those lines.
(From update of attachment 72256 [details])
So many files.