[html5] r6488 - [e] (0) Make this text actually make sense. Fixing http://www.w3.org/Bugs/Public [...]
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Wed Aug 17 12:37:47 PDT 2011
Author: ianh
Date: 2011-08-17 12:37:45 -0700 (Wed, 17 Aug 2011)
New Revision: 6488
Modified:
complete.html
index
source
Log:
[e] (0) Make this text actually make sense.
Fixing http://www.w3.org/Bugs/Public/show_bug.cgi?id=13183
Modified: complete.html
===================================================================
--- complete.html 2011-08-17 19:23:43 UTC (rev 6487)
+++ complete.html 2011-08-17 19:37:45 UTC (rev 6488)
@@ -50748,11 +50748,14 @@
<dd>
<p>If the <code title=attr-meter-max><a href=#attr-meter-max>max</a></code> attribute is
- specified and a value could be parsed out of it, the maximum value
- is that value. Otherwise, the maximum value is 1.0.</p>
+ specified and a value could be parsed out of it, then the
+ candidate maximum value is that value. Otherwise, the candidate
+ maximum value is 1.0.</p>
- <p>If the maximum value would be less than the minimum value, then
- the maximum value is actually the same as the minimum value.</p>
+ <p>If the candidate maximum value is greater than or equal to the
+ minimum value, then the maximum value is the candidate maximum
+ value. Otherwise, the maximum value is the same as the minimum
+ value.</p>
</dd>
@@ -50762,14 +50765,17 @@
<p>If the <code title=attr-meter-value><a href=#attr-meter-value>value</a></code> attribute is
specified and a value could be parsed out of it, then that value
- is the actual value. Otherwise, the actual value is zero.</p>
+ is the candidate actual value. Otherwise, the candidate actual
+ value is zero.</p>
- <p>If the actual value would be less than the minimum value, then
- the actual value is actually the same as the minimum value.</p>
+ <p>If the candidate actual value is less than the minimum value,
+ then the actual value is the minimum value.</p>
- <p>If, on the other hand, the actual value would be greater than
- the maximum value, then the actual value is the maximum value.</p>
+ <p>Otherwise, if the candidate actual value is greater than the
+ maximum value, then the actual value is the maximum value.</p>
+ <p>Otherwise, the actual value is the candidate actual value.</p>
+
</dd>
<dt>The <dfn id=concept-meter-low title=concept-meter-low>low boundary</dfn></dt>
@@ -50777,15 +50783,18 @@
<dd>
<p>If the <code title=attr-meter-low><a href=#attr-meter-low>low</a></code> attribute is
- specified and a value could be parsed out of it, then the low
- boundary is that value. Otherwise, the low boundary is the same as
- the minimum value.</p>
+ specified and a value could be parsed out of it, then the
+ candidate low boundary is that value. Otherwise, the candidate low
+ boundary is the same as the minimum value.</p>
- <p>If the low boundary is then less than the minimum value, then
- the low boundary is actually the same as the minimum
- value. Similarly, if the low boundary is greater than the maximum
- value, then it is actually the maximum value instead.</p>
+ <p>If the candidate low boundary is less than the minimum value,
+ then the low boundary is the minimum value.</p>
+ <p>Otherwise, if the candidate low boundary is greater than the
+ maximum value, then the low boundary is the maximum value.</p>
+
+ <p>Otherwise, the low boundary is the candidate low boundary.</p>
+
</dd>
<dt>The <dfn id=concept-meter-high title=concept-meter-high>high boundary</dfn></dt>
@@ -50793,15 +50802,18 @@
<dd>
<p>If the <code title=attr-meter-high><a href=#attr-meter-high>high</a></code> attribute is
- specified and a value could be parsed out of it, then the high
- boundary is that value. Otherwise, the high boundary is the same
- as the maximum value.</p>
+ specified and a value could be parsed out of it, then the
+ candidate high boundary is that value. Otherwise, the candidate
+ high boundary is the same as the maximum value.</p>
- <p>If the high boundary is then less than the low boundary, then
- the high boundary is actually the same as the low
- boundary. Similarly, if the high boundary is greater than the
- maximum value, then it is actually the maximum value instead.</p>
+ <p>If the candidate high boundary is less than the low boundary,
+ then the high boundary is the low boundary.</p>
+ <p>Otherwise, if the candidate high boundary is greater than the
+ maximum value, then the high boundary is the maximum value.</p>
+
+ <p>Otherwise, the high boundary is the candidate high boundary.</p>
+
</dd>
<dt>The <dfn id=concept-meter-optimum title=concept-meter-optimum>optimum point</dfn></dt>
@@ -50810,14 +50822,19 @@
<p>If the <code title=attr-meter-optimum><a href=#attr-meter-optimum>optimum</a></code>
attribute is specified and a value could be parsed out of it, then
- the optimum point is that value. Otherwise, the optimum point is
- the midpoint between the minimum value and the maximum value.</p>
+ the candidate optimum point is that value. Otherwise, the
+ candidate optimum point is the midpoint between the minimum value
+ and the maximum value.</p>
- <p>If the optimum point is then less than the minimum value, then
- the optimum point is actually the same as the minimum
- value. Similarly, if the optimum point is greater than the maximum
- value, then it is actually the maximum value instead.</p>
+ <p>If the candidate optimum point is less than the minimum value,
+ then the optimum point is the minimum value.</p>
+ <p>Otherwise, if the candidate optimum point is greater than the
+ maximum value, then the optimum point is the maximum value.</p>
+
+ <p>Otherwise, the optimum point is the candidate optimum
+ point.</p>
+
</dd>
</dl><p>All of which will result in the following inequalities all being
Modified: index
===================================================================
--- index 2011-08-17 19:23:43 UTC (rev 6487)
+++ index 2011-08-17 19:37:45 UTC (rev 6488)
@@ -50615,11 +50615,14 @@
<dd>
<p>If the <code title=attr-meter-max><a href=#attr-meter-max>max</a></code> attribute is
- specified and a value could be parsed out of it, the maximum value
- is that value. Otherwise, the maximum value is 1.0.</p>
+ specified and a value could be parsed out of it, then the
+ candidate maximum value is that value. Otherwise, the candidate
+ maximum value is 1.0.</p>
- <p>If the maximum value would be less than the minimum value, then
- the maximum value is actually the same as the minimum value.</p>
+ <p>If the candidate maximum value is greater than or equal to the
+ minimum value, then the maximum value is the candidate maximum
+ value. Otherwise, the maximum value is the same as the minimum
+ value.</p>
</dd>
@@ -50629,14 +50632,17 @@
<p>If the <code title=attr-meter-value><a href=#attr-meter-value>value</a></code> attribute is
specified and a value could be parsed out of it, then that value
- is the actual value. Otherwise, the actual value is zero.</p>
+ is the candidate actual value. Otherwise, the candidate actual
+ value is zero.</p>
- <p>If the actual value would be less than the minimum value, then
- the actual value is actually the same as the minimum value.</p>
+ <p>If the candidate actual value is less than the minimum value,
+ then the actual value is the minimum value.</p>
- <p>If, on the other hand, the actual value would be greater than
- the maximum value, then the actual value is the maximum value.</p>
+ <p>Otherwise, if the candidate actual value is greater than the
+ maximum value, then the actual value is the maximum value.</p>
+ <p>Otherwise, the actual value is the candidate actual value.</p>
+
</dd>
<dt>The <dfn id=concept-meter-low title=concept-meter-low>low boundary</dfn></dt>
@@ -50644,15 +50650,18 @@
<dd>
<p>If the <code title=attr-meter-low><a href=#attr-meter-low>low</a></code> attribute is
- specified and a value could be parsed out of it, then the low
- boundary is that value. Otherwise, the low boundary is the same as
- the minimum value.</p>
+ specified and a value could be parsed out of it, then the
+ candidate low boundary is that value. Otherwise, the candidate low
+ boundary is the same as the minimum value.</p>
- <p>If the low boundary is then less than the minimum value, then
- the low boundary is actually the same as the minimum
- value. Similarly, if the low boundary is greater than the maximum
- value, then it is actually the maximum value instead.</p>
+ <p>If the candidate low boundary is less than the minimum value,
+ then the low boundary is the minimum value.</p>
+ <p>Otherwise, if the candidate low boundary is greater than the
+ maximum value, then the low boundary is the maximum value.</p>
+
+ <p>Otherwise, the low boundary is the candidate low boundary.</p>
+
</dd>
<dt>The <dfn id=concept-meter-high title=concept-meter-high>high boundary</dfn></dt>
@@ -50660,15 +50669,18 @@
<dd>
<p>If the <code title=attr-meter-high><a href=#attr-meter-high>high</a></code> attribute is
- specified and a value could be parsed out of it, then the high
- boundary is that value. Otherwise, the high boundary is the same
- as the maximum value.</p>
+ specified and a value could be parsed out of it, then the
+ candidate high boundary is that value. Otherwise, the candidate
+ high boundary is the same as the maximum value.</p>
- <p>If the high boundary is then less than the low boundary, then
- the high boundary is actually the same as the low
- boundary. Similarly, if the high boundary is greater than the
- maximum value, then it is actually the maximum value instead.</p>
+ <p>If the candidate high boundary is less than the low boundary,
+ then the high boundary is the low boundary.</p>
+ <p>Otherwise, if the candidate high boundary is greater than the
+ maximum value, then the high boundary is the maximum value.</p>
+
+ <p>Otherwise, the high boundary is the candidate high boundary.</p>
+
</dd>
<dt>The <dfn id=concept-meter-optimum title=concept-meter-optimum>optimum point</dfn></dt>
@@ -50677,14 +50689,19 @@
<p>If the <code title=attr-meter-optimum><a href=#attr-meter-optimum>optimum</a></code>
attribute is specified and a value could be parsed out of it, then
- the optimum point is that value. Otherwise, the optimum point is
- the midpoint between the minimum value and the maximum value.</p>
+ the candidate optimum point is that value. Otherwise, the
+ candidate optimum point is the midpoint between the minimum value
+ and the maximum value.</p>
- <p>If the optimum point is then less than the minimum value, then
- the optimum point is actually the same as the minimum
- value. Similarly, if the optimum point is greater than the maximum
- value, then it is actually the maximum value instead.</p>
+ <p>If the candidate optimum point is less than the minimum value,
+ then the optimum point is the minimum value.</p>
+ <p>Otherwise, if the candidate optimum point is greater than the
+ maximum value, then the optimum point is the maximum value.</p>
+
+ <p>Otherwise, the optimum point is the candidate optimum
+ point.</p>
+
</dd>
</dl><p>All of which will result in the following inequalities all being
Modified: source
===================================================================
--- source 2011-08-17 19:23:43 UTC (rev 6487)
+++ source 2011-08-17 19:37:45 UTC (rev 6488)
@@ -56940,11 +56940,14 @@
<dd>
<p>If the <code title="attr-meter-max">max</code> attribute is
- specified and a value could be parsed out of it, the maximum value
- is that value. Otherwise, the maximum value is 1.0.</p>
+ specified and a value could be parsed out of it, then the
+ candidate maximum value is that value. Otherwise, the candidate
+ maximum value is 1.0.</p>
- <p>If the maximum value would be less than the minimum value, then
- the maximum value is actually the same as the minimum value.</p>
+ <p>If the candidate maximum value is greater than or equal to the
+ minimum value, then the maximum value is the candidate maximum
+ value. Otherwise, the maximum value is the same as the minimum
+ value.</p>
</dd>
@@ -56954,14 +56957,17 @@
<p>If the <code title="attr-meter-value">value</code> attribute is
specified and a value could be parsed out of it, then that value
- is the actual value. Otherwise, the actual value is zero.</p>
+ is the candidate actual value. Otherwise, the candidate actual
+ value is zero.</p>
- <p>If the actual value would be less than the minimum value, then
- the actual value is actually the same as the minimum value.</p>
+ <p>If the candidate actual value is less than the minimum value,
+ then the actual value is the minimum value.</p>
- <p>If, on the other hand, the actual value would be greater than
- the maximum value, then the actual value is the maximum value.</p>
+ <p>Otherwise, if the candidate actual value is greater than the
+ maximum value, then the actual value is the maximum value.</p>
+ <p>Otherwise, the actual value is the candidate actual value.</p>
+
</dd>
<dt>The <dfn title="concept-meter-low">low boundary</dfn></dt>
@@ -56969,15 +56975,18 @@
<dd>
<p>If the <code title="attr-meter-low">low</code> attribute is
- specified and a value could be parsed out of it, then the low
- boundary is that value. Otherwise, the low boundary is the same as
- the minimum value.</p>
+ specified and a value could be parsed out of it, then the
+ candidate low boundary is that value. Otherwise, the candidate low
+ boundary is the same as the minimum value.</p>
- <p>If the low boundary is then less than the minimum value, then
- the low boundary is actually the same as the minimum
- value. Similarly, if the low boundary is greater than the maximum
- value, then it is actually the maximum value instead.</p>
+ <p>If the candidate low boundary is less than the minimum value,
+ then the low boundary is the minimum value.</p>
+ <p>Otherwise, if the candidate low boundary is greater than the
+ maximum value, then the low boundary is the maximum value.</p>
+
+ <p>Otherwise, the low boundary is the candidate low boundary.</p>
+
</dd>
<dt>The <dfn title="concept-meter-high">high boundary</dfn></dt>
@@ -56985,15 +56994,18 @@
<dd>
<p>If the <code title="attr-meter-high">high</code> attribute is
- specified and a value could be parsed out of it, then the high
- boundary is that value. Otherwise, the high boundary is the same
- as the maximum value.</p>
+ specified and a value could be parsed out of it, then the
+ candidate high boundary is that value. Otherwise, the candidate
+ high boundary is the same as the maximum value.</p>
- <p>If the high boundary is then less than the low boundary, then
- the high boundary is actually the same as the low
- boundary. Similarly, if the high boundary is greater than the
- maximum value, then it is actually the maximum value instead.</p>
+ <p>If the candidate high boundary is less than the low boundary,
+ then the high boundary is the low boundary.</p>
+ <p>Otherwise, if the candidate high boundary is greater than the
+ maximum value, then the high boundary is the maximum value.</p>
+
+ <p>Otherwise, the high boundary is the candidate high boundary.</p>
+
</dd>
<dt>The <dfn title="concept-meter-optimum">optimum point</dfn></dt>
@@ -57002,14 +57014,19 @@
<p>If the <code title="attr-meter-optimum">optimum</code>
attribute is specified and a value could be parsed out of it, then
- the optimum point is that value. Otherwise, the optimum point is
- the midpoint between the minimum value and the maximum value.</p>
+ the candidate optimum point is that value. Otherwise, the
+ candidate optimum point is the midpoint between the minimum value
+ and the maximum value.</p>
- <p>If the optimum point is then less than the minimum value, then
- the optimum point is actually the same as the minimum
- value. Similarly, if the optimum point is greater than the maximum
- value, then it is actually the maximum value instead.</p>
+ <p>If the candidate optimum point is less than the minimum value,
+ then the optimum point is the minimum value.</p>
+ <p>Otherwise, if the candidate optimum point is greater than the
+ maximum value, then the optimum point is the maximum value.</p>
+
+ <p>Otherwise, the optimum point is the candidate optimum
+ point.</p>
+
</dd>
</dl>
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