[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 15464] SVGLengthList allows bad values

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Mon Dec 3 14:25:20 PST 2007


------- Comment #2 from eric at webkit.org  2007-12-03 14:25 PDT -------
1. is not valid, according to SVG 1.1:

<number> (real number value): The specification of real number values is
different for property values than for XML attribute values.
CSS2 [CSS2] states that a property value which is a <number> is specified in
decimal notation (i.e., a <decimal-number>), which consists of either an
<integer>, or an optional sign character followed by zero or more digits
followed by a dot (.) followed by one or more digits. Thus, for conformance
with CSS2, any property in SVG which accepts <number> values is specified in
decimal notation only.

"one or more digits" is the important phrase here.

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