[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 15302] Add very-basic CSS-based MathML support into WebKit

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Fri Sep 28 06:02:33 PDT 2007


------- Comment #5 from rwlbuis at gmail.com  2007-09-28 06:02 PDT -------
Hi Eric,

(In reply to comment #4)
> This is intend for the feature branch (or its own separate branch), yes.

Would be the only sane approach, but just wanted it cleared.

> Please, feel free to try different style sheets.  This patch is by no means an
> authoritative way of doing MathML in WebKit.  I just had explained this method
> *again* on IRC (for probably now the 10th time), and figured, "why the heck
> not.  it really is easy, I'll just do it."  I have no plans for bringing
> "complete" MathML support to WebKit, however, were this to land, I might fiddle
> around with it over time (especially were I to find a good -- and easy to use
> -- test suite, or if others were to play around with this half-support and file
> bugs, etc).
> Hopefully that helps clear things up.  Again, I was just trying to give the
> MathML project a small kick in the pants, with the hope that actually having
> some "minimal" support would motivate others, or that even if this patch didn't
> land, I would never have to explain the "use CSS for MathML" method again,
> other than to just point at this bug. ;)

Thanks for clearing that up. This patch could be useful as well to enter some
more in the MathML project info on webkit.org and with a hint that help is
needed. I'll have to study this stylesheet later, IIRC there was nothing there
for 1.1 but I found an independent one. I also would like to know what changed
between 1.1 and 2.0.


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