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#100 fixed Dojo needs an MD5 implementation Tom Trenka alex
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One of Dojo's major sponsors requires a working, tested MD5 implementation.

#101 wontfix Bind API refactor alex [email protected]
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The bind API sucks. It's too swiss-army-chainsaw -- one function should never do so many different things based upon the input arguments.

At the least, the three major transport types should be separated into different APIs:

  • bindSyncRequest (e.g. synchronous XMLHTTP) - used to get one thing, and wait (good uses for this are limited and should be discouraged). Should Just Return The Response.
  • bindRequest (e.g. asynchronous XMLHTTP, IFRAME madness, etc.) - used to get one thing, asynchronously. Should return a Deferred.
  • bindTransport (e.g. pubsub, Flash XMLSocket, etc.) - used for a conversation with a server. Should return a Transport (which can be paired up with a Protocol).

Wiring up all the stuff like form posting, back/forward, blah should be done in other functions. It's totally orthogonal to I/O. You can have convenience functions that get stuff from a form, then do some I/O, but it shouldn't be so tightly bound to I/O.

#102 wontfix dojo fails to load when document.domain is set alex rich dot manalang at gmail dot com
Description

I'm trying to use the dojo widget package on a site that sets the document.domain property. Because of this, I get these these errors:

DEBUG: failed loading /dojo/src/widget/Dialog.js with error: Permission denied to call method XMLHttpRequest.open DEBUG: failed loading /dojo/src/widget.js with error: Permission denied to call method XMLHttpRequest.open DEBUG: failed loading /dojo/src/package.js with error: Permission denied to call method XMLHttpRequest.open DEBUG: failed loading /dojo/src.js with error: Permission denied to call method XMLHttpRequest.open DEBUG: failed loading /dojo/package.js with error: Permission denied to call method XMLHttpRequest.open

Any ideas for work arounds?

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