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Calling cancel more than once synchronously causes weird behavior #362

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nomcopter opened this Issue Oct 23, 2014 · 0 comments

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nomcopter commented Oct 23, 2014

Adding the following tests to test/mocha/cancel.js demonstrates this behavior. With delay passes while Without delay fails.

describe("Cancelling a promise twice should have no additional effect", function() {
    specify("With delay", function(done) {
        var promise = pending().promise.cancellable().catch(function(){}).then(done).catch(function() { done(new Error('Should not be called')) });
        promise.cancel();
        setTimeout(function() {
            promise.cancel();
        }, 50);
    });
    specify("Without delay", function(done) {
        var promise = pending().promise.cancellable().catch(function(){}).then(done).catch(function() { done(new Error('Should not be called')) });
        promise.cancel()
        promise.cancel();
    });
});
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