[webkit-dev] [HTML Editing] WebKit's implementation of removeFormat is completely different from other UAs.
rniwa at webkit.org
Mon Jul 26 16:27:05 PDT 2010
On Mon, Jul 26, 2010 at 1:10 PM, Maciej Stachowiak <mjs at apple.com> wrote:
> I agree. We should test and see what other browsers do in various cases.
> But since it's impossible for us to enumerate every possible formatting, I
> propose to just remove text-decoration, font-weight, etc... and the
> corresponding presentational elements probably using ApplyStyleCommand as a
> starting point. We can then file a separate bug or so to uncover edge cases
> and polish the behavior.
> Sure it's possible. We can test every CSS property and every HTML element.
> It should be easy to write a test case that checks every case exhaustively.
> I don't think it makes sense to change our behavior based on a guess of what
> other browsers do.
I don't think that captures all possible formatting because CSS in
particular has interesting effects when combined with other styles. What I
meant is that we can't test every combination of all CSS properties & HTML
elements (i.e. enumerating every possible DOM with every possible
combinations of CSS properties applied every possible way on each DOM)
simply because there are infinitely many of them. Although I'd guess that
some of them are reputations so we might be able to find a finite subset
that suffice the purpose. anyhow, I agree that testing every CSS property
and every HTML element will be a good idea. That'll at least give us a
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