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  • This test gets skipped with pattern: (os == "win" && processor == "aarch64")
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<title>Test for Bug 462957</title>
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<a target="_blank" href="https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=462957">Mozilla Bug 462957</a>
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// Test for Bug 462957; HTMLMediaElement.buffered.
var manager = new MediaTestManager;
function testBuffered(e) {
var v = e.target;
// The whole media should be buffered...
var b = v.buffered;
is(b.length, 1, v._name + ": Should be buffered in one range");
is(b.start(0), 0, v._name + ": First range start should be media start");
ok(Math.abs(b.end(0) - v.duration) < 0.1, v._name + ": First range end should be media end");
// Ensure INDEX_SIZE_ERR is thrown when we access outside the range
var caught = false;
try {
b.start(-1);
} catch (ex) {
caught = ex.name == "IndexSizeError" && ex.code == DOMException.INDEX_SIZE_ERR;
}
is(caught, true, v._name + ": Should throw INDEX_SIZE_ERR on under start bounds range");
caught = false;
try {
b.end(-1);
} catch (ex) {
caught = ex.name == "IndexSizeError" && ex.code == DOMException.INDEX_SIZE_ERR;
}
is(caught, true, v._name + ": Should throw INDEX_SIZE_ERR on under end bounds range");
caught = false;
try {
b.start(b.length);
} catch (ex) {
caught = ex.name == "IndexSizeError" && ex.code == DOMException.INDEX_SIZE_ERR;
}
is(caught, true, v._name + ": Should throw INDEX_SIZE_ERR on over start bounds range");
caught = false;
try {
b.end(b.length);
} catch (ex) {
caught = ex.name == "IndexSizeError" && ex.code == DOMException.INDEX_SIZE_ERR;
}
is(caught, true, v._name + ": Should throw INDEX_SIZE_ERR on over end bounds range");
removeNodeAndSource(v);
manager.finished(v._token);
}
function fetch(url, fetched_callback) {
var xhr = new XMLHttpRequest();
xhr.open("GET", url, true);
xhr.responseType = "blob";
var loaded = function (event) {
if (xhr.status == 200 || xhr.status == 206) {
ok(true, `${url}: Fetch succeeded, status=${xhr.status}`);
// Request fulfilled. Note sometimes we get 206... Presumably because either
// httpd.js or Necko cached the result.
fetched_callback(window.URL.createObjectURL(xhr.response));
} else {
ok(false, `${url}: Fetch failed, headers=${xhr.getAllResponseHeaders()}`);
}
};
xhr.addEventListener("load", loaded);
xhr.send();
}
function startTest(test, token) {
// Fetch the media resource using XHR so we can be sure the entire
// resource is loaded before we test buffered ranges. This ensures
// we have deterministic behaviour.
var onfetched = function(uri) {
var v = document.createElement('video');
v._token = token;
v.src = uri;
v._name = test.name;
v._test = test;
v.addEventListener("loadeddata", testBuffered, {once: true});
document.body.appendChild(v);
};
manager.started(token);
fetch(test.name, onfetched);
}
// Note: No need to set media test prefs, since we're using XHR to fetch
// media data.
manager.runTests(gSeekTests, startTest);
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