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Editing expectations of domain attribute of returned cookie #10059

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jimevans commented Mar 15, 2018

For the domain attribute of a returned cookie, if the attribute value
conatains a domain with a single dot ('.'), some user agents prepend a
leading dot onto the beginning of the attribute value. This is consistent
with RFC 2965. Some user agents expressly omit the leading dot, which is
consistent with the later RFC 6265. This commit allows both values as the
returned value of the domain attribute.

Editing expectations of domain attribute of returned cookie
For the domain attribute of a returned cookie, if the attribute value
conatains a domain with a single dot ('.'), some user agents prepend a
leading dot onto the beginning of the attribute value. This is consistent
with RFC 2965. Some user agents expressly omit the leading dot, which is
consistent with the later RFC 6265. This commit allows both values as the
returned value of the domain attribute.
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I’m somewhat surprised this passes the Python lints.

@andreastt andreastt merged commit e5b065b into web-platform-tests:master Mar 16, 2018

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