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From jsoref <>
Subject [GitHub] cordova-mobile-spec pull request: CB-6163 Document geolocation fie...
Date Wed, 19 Mar 2014 21:58:10 GMT
GitHub user jsoref opened a pull request:

    CB-6163 Document geolocation fields
    Documenting the fields makes it easier for people testing to verify that what they see
is what they should see...

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    This closes #52
commit d3c0b5686ce27ef901dff3d56d4e0268f654b637
Author: Jesse MacFadyen <>
Date:   2014-03-19T21:44:24Z

    added localXHR test to prove CB-6299 fix is effective

commit 456e388e246ff6b0395ca82d2811cb5088c1d4d1
Author: Jesse MacFadyen <>
Date:   2014-03-19T21:46:01Z

    fixed test id

commit 5d09a17ac7f1da083c29ad2df93cfdbb6a136a0a
Author: Jesse MacFadyen <>
Date:   2014-03-19T21:46:25Z

    Merge branch 'master' of

commit 4bd62487bc5ab80a9de854fa53953298fe5a70de
Author: Josh Soref <>
Date:   2014-03-19T21:54:01Z

    CB-6163 Document geolocation fields


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