Make IDBCursor::continue() return void and clarify its behavior. Fixes 10400
authorAndrei Popescu <andreip@google.com>
Fri, 27 Aug 2010 11:13:31 +0100
changeset 6522fea0337d0b
parent 64 c40387bbaa4d
child 66 07ca011b1f28
Make IDBCursor::continue() return void and clarify its behavior. Fixes 10400
Overview.html
Speclet_023_IDB_API_Asynchronous_APIs.html
     1.1 --- a/Overview.html	Fri Aug 27 10:55:56 2010 +0100
     1.2 +++ b/Overview.html	Fri Aug 27 11:13:31 2010 +0100
     1.3 @@ -1642,17 +1642,23 @@
     1.4                  algorithm.</dd>
     1.5                </dl>
     1.6              </dd>
     1.7 -            <dt>boolean    continue()</dt>
     1.8 +            <dt>void    continue()</dt>
     1.9              <dd>
    1.10                This method returns immediately and advances the <a>cursor</a> to the next
    1.11                position along its <a>direction</a> to the item whose key matches the
    1.12                optional parameter. If no such parameter is provided, advance to the
    1.13                immediate next position. If the <a>cursor</a> has reached the end of its
    1.14 -              <a>range</a>, then an
    1.15 -              <a title="event-success">success event</a> is fired on this method's
    1.16 -              returned object with its
    1.17 +              <a>range</a>, then a
    1.18 +              <a title="event-success">success event</a> is fired on the
    1.19 +              <a><code>IDBRequest</code></a> object that was returned when the cursor
    1.20 +              was opened, with its
    1.21                <a class="idlType" href="#widl-IDBSuccessEvent-result"><code>result</code></a>
    1.22 -              set to <code>null</code>.
    1.23 +              set to <code>null</code>. Otherwise, a
    1.24 +              <a title="event-success">success event</a> is fired on the
    1.25 +              <a><code>IDBRequest</code></a> object that was returned when the cursor
    1.26 +              was opened, with its
    1.27 +              <a class="idlType" href="#widl-IDBSuccessEvent-result"><code>result</code></a>
    1.28 +              set to the corresponding <a><code>IDBCursor</code></a> object.
    1.29                <dl class="parameters">
    1.30                  <dt>optional any key</dt>
    1.31                  <dd>The next key to position this <a>cursor</a> at</dd>
     2.1 --- a/Speclet_023_IDB_API_Asynchronous_APIs.html	Fri Aug 27 10:55:56 2010 +0100
     2.2 +++ b/Speclet_023_IDB_API_Asynchronous_APIs.html	Fri Aug 27 11:13:31 2010 +0100
     2.3 @@ -1017,17 +1017,23 @@
     2.4                  algorithm.</dd>
     2.5                </dl>
     2.6              </dd>
     2.7 -            <dt>boolean    continue()</dt>
     2.8 +            <dt>void    continue()</dt>
     2.9              <dd>
    2.10                This method returns immediately and advances the <a>cursor</a> to the next
    2.11                position along its <a>direction</a> to the item whose key matches the
    2.12                optional parameter. If no such parameter is provided, advance to the
    2.13                immediate next position. If the <a>cursor</a> has reached the end of its
    2.14 -              <a>range</a>, then an
    2.15 -              <a title="event-success">success event</a> is fired on this method's
    2.16 -              returned object with its
    2.17 +              <a>range</a>, then a
    2.18 +              <a title="event-success">success event</a> is fired on the
    2.19 +              <a><code>IDBRequest</code></a> object that was returned when the cursor
    2.20 +              was opened, with its
    2.21                <a class="idlType" href="#widl-IDBSuccessEvent-result"><code>result</code></a>
    2.22 -              set to <code>null</code>.
    2.23 +              set to <code>null</code>. Otherwise, a
    2.24 +              <a title="event-success">success event</a> is fired on the
    2.25 +              <a><code>IDBRequest</code></a> object that was returned when the cursor
    2.26 +              was opened, with its
    2.27 +              <a class="idlType" href="#widl-IDBSuccessEvent-result"><code>result</code></a>
    2.28 +              set to the corresponding <a><code>IDBCursor</code></a> object.
    2.29                <dl class="parameters">
    2.30                  <dt>optional any key</dt>
    2.31                  <dd>The next key to position this <a>cursor</a> at</dd>