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Support Content-Security-Policy without inline styles #115

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commented Mar 10, 2016

When Content-Security-Policy is strictly enforced in browsers,
one cannot have inline javascript (in HTML) or inline styles
in the HTML style attributes.

This commit makes term.js work with these newer security measures.

To enable set 'Terminal.useStyle' and include a relevant
stylesheet in the hosting project's CSS files.

Support Content-Security-Policy without inline styles
When Content-Security-Policy is strictly enforced in browsers,
one cannot have inline javascript (in HTML) or inline styles
in the HTML style attributes.

This commit makes term.js work with these newer security measures.

To enable set 'Terminal.useStyle' and include a relevant
stylesheet in the hosting project's CSS files.

stefwalter added a commit to stefwalter/cockpit that referenced this pull request Mar 10, 2016

base1: Use a forked version of term.js
We'll use a forked version of term.js for now. It includes the
following pull requests not yet merged upstream:

 * Support for Content-Security-Policy
   chjj/term.js#115

 * Define itself as an AMD module when running under AMD
   chjj/term.js#116

https://github.com/cockpit-project/term.js

stefwalter added a commit to stefwalter/cockpit that referenced this pull request Mar 10, 2016

base1: Use a forked version of term.js
We'll use a forked version of term.js for now. It includes the
following pull requests not yet merged upstream:

 * Support for Content-Security-Policy
   chjj/term.js#115

 * Define itself as an AMD module when running under AMD
   chjj/term.js#116

https://github.com/cockpit-project/term.js

dperpeet added a commit to cockpit-project/cockpit that referenced this pull request Mar 11, 2016

base1: Use a forked version of term.js
We'll use a forked version of term.js for now. It includes the
following pull requests not yet merged upstream:

 * Support for Content-Security-Policy
   chjj/term.js#115

 * Define itself as an AMD module when running under AMD
   chjj/term.js#116

https://github.com/cockpit-project/term.js

Reviewed-by: Dominik Perpeet <dperpeet@redhat.com>
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