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I've found yet another crappy ad with a script tag that does not exist at the top-level but inside another tag.
document.write('<div><scr'+'ipt>var x = 1;</scr'+'ipt><span>HTML</span><'+'/div>');
The correct output (without crapLoader) is:
With crapLoader the result is:
The "split" function works fine (with support.splitWithCapturingParentheses = true):
["<div>", "<script>var x = 1;</script>", "<span>HTML</span></div>"]
The problem seems to be that later in the function "checkWriteBuffer" the HTML fragments are written to the document independently. I do not yet have an idea how to fix this issue.
[Btw, with support.splitWithCapturingParentheses = false the split does not work correctly, but that's another bug that is independent from this issue here:]
["<script>var x = 1;</script>", "<span>HTML</span></div>"]
This one looks a bit complicated, but I have a few ideas on how to solve it. Thanks for all the details :)
Test for Issue #12 - nested scripts