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When destroying a database, the wrong name is used when calling indexedDB.deleteDatabase.
var db = new PouchDB('test');
When the database is opened, the name _pouch_test is passed to indexedDB.open. When indexedDB.deleteDatabase is called, it is passed the name _pouch_EFA06E9B-996E-4500-8906-E130D41C24C7. The result is that the database _pouch_test is never deleted.
Tested with 2.0.0 and the nightly build from 2014-03-06 on Chrome 33 for Windows.
that would because it's deleting based on the id not the name even though those used to be the same thing
(in the mean time you can use PouchDB.destroy('test'))
god this is going to be why a lot of the tests are wonky
(#1583) - properly destroy idb (and websql)
we only do 3 db.destroys in the tests and teardown should catch it, I dont think it will effect the tests
But yeh we defeinitely wanna test this, we had the same test for PouchDB.destroy to ensure the data had gone
fixed in: 5b66897