When the request context was canceled, the Transport.RoundTrip method
could return before the fetch promise resolved. This would cause the
success and failure callback functions to get called after they've
been released, which in turn prints a "call to released function"
error to the console.
Avoid that problem by releasing the callbacks after the fetch promise
completes, by moving the release calls into the callbacks themselves.
This way we can still return from the Transport.RoundTrip method as
soon as the context is canceled, without waiting on the promise to
resolve. If the AbortController is unavailable and it's not possible to
abort the fetch operation, the promise may take a long time to resolve.
Reviewed-by: Johan Brandhorst <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Reviewed-by: Richard Musiol <email@example.com>