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<!doctype html>
<meta charset=utf-8>
<title>Test URL parser failure consistency</title>
<meta name=timeout content=long>
<script src=/resources/testharness.js></script>
<script src=/resources/testharnessreport.js></script>
<div id=log></div>
<iframe></iframe>
<script>
promise_test(() => fetch("resources/urltestdata.json").then(res => res.json()).then(runTests), "Loading data…")
function runTests(testData) {
for(const test of testData) {
if (typeof test === "string" || !test.failure || test.base !== "about:blank") {
continue
}
const name = test.input + " should throw"
self.test(() => { // URL's constructor's first argument is tested by url-constructor.html
// If a URL fails to parse with any valid base, it must also fail to parse with no base, i.e.
// when used as a base URL itself.
assert_throws(new TypeError(), () => new URL("about:blank", test.input));
}, "URL's constructor's base argument: " + name)
self.test(() => {
const url = new URL("about:blank")
assert_throws(new TypeError, () => url.href = test.input)
}, "URL's href: " + name)
self.test(() => {
const client = new XMLHttpRequest()
assert_throws("SyntaxError", () => client.open("GET", test.input))
}, "XHR: " + name)
self.test(() => {
assert_throws(new TypeError, () => self.navigator.sendBeacon(test.input))
}, "sendBeacon(): " + name)
self.test(() => {
assert_throws(new TypeError, () => self[0].location = test.input)
}, "Location's href: " + name)
self.test(() => {
assert_throws("SyntaxError", () => self.open(test.input).close())
}, "window.open(): " + name)
}
}
</script>