[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 46112] Colors seem to be parsed using HTML quirks in SVG attributes

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Mon Oct 18 00:03:05 PDT 2010


Rob Buis <rwlbuis at gmail.com> changed:

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--- Comment #3 from Rob Buis <rwlbuis at gmail.com>  2010-10-18 00:03:05 PST ---
Moin Dirk,
(In reply to comment #2)
> (From update of attachment 70973 [details])
> I think the quirks mode is a general problem for SVG. At least I saw some examples that looked like they fail because of quirks parsing. Can't we run the complete CSS parser in strict mode somehow?

Hmm, I assumed we had no control, but I guess we do. Since the fill attribute parsing fails in this case
I suspect MappedAttribute or some related class does not set strict mode in this (SVG) case. Will look at it
this evening.

> If not, don't use a boolean but an enum CSSStrictMode CSSQuirksMode.

Could be more readable, agreed, but I'll invest why strict mode is not set first.


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