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import 'dart:html';
import 'package:expect/minitest.dart';
main() {
var isWindowBase = predicate((x) => x is WindowBase, 'is a WindowBase');
var isWindow = predicate((x) => x is Window, 'is a Window');
var isLocationBase = predicate((x) => x is LocationBase, 'is a LocationBase');
var isLocation = predicate((x) => x is Location, 'is a Location');
var isHistoryBase = predicate((x) => x is HistoryBase, 'is a HistoryBase');
var isHistory = predicate((x) => x is History, 'is a History');
final dynamic iframe = new IFrameElement();
test('window', () {
expect(window, isWindow);
expect(window.document, document);
test('iframe', () {
final frameWindow = iframe.contentWindow;
expect(frameWindow, isWindowBase);
//TODO(gram) The next test should be written as:
// expect(frameWindow, isNot(isWindow));
// but that will cause problems now until is/is! work
// properly in dart2js instead of always returning true.
expect(frameWindow is! Window, isTrue);
expect(frameWindow.parent, isWindow);
// Ensure that the frame's document is inaccessible via window.
expect(() => frameWindow.document, throws);
test('contentDocument', () {
// Ensure that the frame's document is inaccessible.
expect(() => iframe.contentDocument, throws);
test('location', () {
expect(window.location, isLocation);
final frameLocation = iframe.contentWindow.location;
expect(frameLocation, isLocationBase);
// TODO(gram) Similar to the above, the next test should be:
// expect(frameLocation, isNot(isLocation));
expect(frameLocation is! Location, isTrue);
expect(() => frameLocation.href, throws);
expect(() => frameLocation.hash, throws);
final frameParentLocation = iframe.contentWindow.parent.location;
expect(frameParentLocation, isLocation);
test('history', () {
expect(window.history, isHistory);
final frameHistory = iframe.contentWindow.history;
expect(frameHistory, isHistoryBase);
// See earlier comments.
//expect(frameHistory, isNot(isHistory));
expect(frameHistory is! History, isTrue);
// Valid methods.
expect(() => frameHistory.length, throws);
final frameParentHistory = iframe.contentWindow.parent.history;
expect(frameParentHistory, isHistory);