bzbarsky at MIT.EDU
Wed Dec 1 07:29:36 PST 2010
On 12/1/10 3:49 AM, Philip Jägenstedt wrote:
> Given that the feature can't be made completely consistent for security
> reasons, I guess it comes down to use cases. Are there solid use cases
> for using the return values of sandboxed scripts as the content of
> documents, that aren't equally well served by the data: protocol?
that you can't do as easily with data: are things that are dynamic.
That said, in a sandbox the only things that are available as obvious
sources of dynamism are |new Date| and |Math.random|. So achieving
solidity might take some work. ;)
off url length for CPU time. A data: URI to write out the first 3000
URI. Again, one would have to find non-silly use cases here.
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