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<!DOCTYPE html>
<script src="/resources/testharness.js"></script>
<script src="/resources/testharnessreport.js"></script>
<script src="resources/test-helper.js"></script>
// "bare/..." (i.e. without leading "./") are bare specifiers
// (not relative paths).
// Discussions about notations for builtin modules are ongoing, e.g.
// Currently the tests expects two notations are accepted.
// TODO: Once the discussions converge, update the tests.
const importMap = `
"imports": {
"bare/bare": "./resources/log.js?pipe=sub&name=bare",
"bare/cross-origin-bare": "https://{{domains[www1]}}:{{ports[https][0]}}/import-maps/resources/log.js?pipe=sub&name=cross-origin-bare",
"bare/to-data": "data:text/javascript,log.push('dataURL')",
"bare/std-blank": "std:blank",
"bare/blank": "@std/blank",
"bare/std-none": "std:none",
"bare/none": "@std/none",
"bare/to-bare": "bare/bare"
const tests = {
// Arrays of expected results for:
// - <script src type="module">,
// - <script src> (classic script),
// - static import, and
// - dynamic import.
// Currently, Chromium's implementation resolves import maps as a part of
// specifier resolution, and thus failure in import map resolution causes
// a parse error, not fetch error. Therefore, we use Result.PARSE_ERROR
// below.
// Bare to HTTP(S).
[Result.URL, Result.URL, "log:bare", "log:bare"],
[Result.URL, Result.URL, "log:cross-origin-bare", "log:cross-origin-bare"],
// Bare to data:
[Result.URL, Result.URL, "dataURL", "dataURL"],
// Bare to built-in.
[Result.URL, Result.URL, Result.BUILTIN, Result.BUILTIN],
[Result.URL, Result.URL, Result.BUILTIN, Result.BUILTIN],
[Result.URL, Result.URL, Result.PARSE_ERROR, Result.PARSE_ERROR],
[Result.URL, Result.URL, Result.PARSE_ERROR, Result.PARSE_ERROR],
// Bare to bare mapping is disabled.
[Result.URL, Result.URL, Result.PARSE_ERROR, Result.PARSE_ERROR],
doTests(importMap, null, tests);