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Remove appcache from shared workers #2384

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@domenic domenic commented Feb 23, 2017

This was never implemented anywhere, and since appcache is deprecated,
it never will be.

I just noticed this while scrolling through the spec. I guess we'll want tests of the -historical.html variety.

I didn't bother getting rid of the "cache host" term even though now it just means "Document", as that seemed like a lot of work for marginal gain.

This was never implemented anywhere, and since appcache is deprecated,
it never will be.
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@domenic domenic commented Feb 23, 2017

@domenic domenic removed the needs tests label Feb 23, 2017
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