…t) now catches the error and passes it in the callback (Gregory Tomlinson)
…le.string()'>) (Brian McDaniel)
…iated element and document
* Now you can set event handlers as attributes in HTML. e.g. <div onclick="doSomething()"></div> * Certain event handlers set on Body elements using attributes are proxied to the window object. e.g. document.body.onload = doSomething; actually sets window.onload. See: http://dev.w3.org/html5/spec/Overview.html#the-body-element
No new tests added.
* window.close() must be called to properly clean up resources. * Bumped Contextify to 0.0.3.
FIX: Asynchronous callbacks (such as timers) now execute in window context. test/jsdom/index.js:timer_executes_in_context now passes. FIX: Memory leaks from where context was never freed.