[imps] </form> in "in body" insertion mode (8.2.5)
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Tue Jan 13 05:55:00 PST 2009
On Tue, 13 Jan 2009 08:43:54 +0100, "Simon Pieters" <simonp at opera.com> wrote:
> On Mon, 12 Jan 2009 18:15:55 +0100, Kartikaya Gupta
> <lists.whatwg at stakface.com> wrote:
> > When receiving a </form> in the "in body" insertion mode, the spec says
> > (step 3) to "Remove node from the stack of open elements". My assumption
> > was that this removes the form element, but leaves anything above the
> > form element still on the stack. The validator.nu parser
> > (htmlparser-1.1.1.jar) however pops everything off until it reaches the
> > form element. Is this a bug in the spec/bug in the reference
> > parser/something that changed recently? I couldn't find it in the known
> > bug list of the validator.nu parser, and my search through the HTML5
> > tracker history also didn't turn up much.
> It's intentional in the spec. It's needed for Web compat.
Thanks for the pointers. I guess it's just validator.nu that's out of date then.
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