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Subject [jira] [Commented] (CB-13179) Cordova file plugin onEvent(such as onload) should be invoked with _realReader as this
Date Mon, 17 Sep 2018 17:54:00 GMT


ASF GitHub Bot commented on CB-13179:

raphinesse commented on issue #215: CB-13179:(all) invoke onEvent listener with _realReader
as applyThis
   @JiaLiPassion you can also set up Travis for your fork of the repo. Might be less work
and you can make use of the CI config

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> Cordova file plugin onEvent(such as onload) should be invoked with _realReader as this
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>                 Key: CB-13179
>                 URL:
>             Project: Apache Cordova
>          Issue Type: Improvement
>          Components: cordova-plugin-file
>         Environment: Android, ios, Browser
>            Reporter: Jia Li
>            Priority: Minor
>              Labels: features
> When `FileReader` add onEvent listener such as `onload`, it will add the listener to
inner `_realReader` , but when it invoke the listener, it use the FileReader as `this`.
> 1. When add onload listener in application code.
> ```javascript
> var fileReader = new FileReader();
> fileReader.onload = function() {};
> ```
> it will call `www/FileReader.js defineEvent`
> ```javascript
> function defineEvent(eventName) {
>     utils.defineGetterSetter(FileReader.prototype, eventName, function() {
>         return this._realReader[eventName] || null;
>     }, function(value) {
>         this._realReader[eventName] = value;
>     });
> }
> ```  
> the listener is added to `this._realReader`.
> And when the listener is triggered for example in `readSuccessCallback`
> it will invoke the method with `this`.
> ```javascript
> this.onload(new ProgressEvent("load", {target:this}));
> ```
> in the normal senario, it will ok, but when it work with some polyfilles such as `zone.js
of angular4`, it will fail because `zone.js` have some special handling which require the
`this` object be the same when add listener and invoke listener.

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