[Libwebsockets] browser flow-control
per at bothner.com
Sun Mar 12 21:30:45 CET 2017
On 03/12/2017 01:18 PM, Andy Green wrote:
>> But what if the file is infinite? I.e. it's printing in an endless
>> I could tolerate this too, as long as the user can type ctrl-C, and
>> is handled and gets sent to the looping process, and kills that
>> But the ctrl-C isn't getting through - I'm not sure why, but I suspect
>> it's just a scheduler in the browser that isn't designed to handle
>> these situations.
> This is true in both, eg, ffox and chrome?
Yes. Chrome is better, in that an infinite-looping DomTerm display doesn't freeze
the entire browser - just the DomTerm tab/window. But each window is still only
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