[whatwg] EOF handling in the main phase
ian at hixie.ch
Wed Jan 3 17:14:37 PST 2007
On Thu, 4 Jan 2007, Anne van Kesteren wrote:
> > Fixed. I think.
> The "Otherwise" doesn't make much sense since the previous paragraph
> didn't introduce a condition.
How doesn't it introduce a condition? It's one big "if". In fact, it's two
> How about:
> <p>If the parser was originally created in order to
> handle the setting of an element's <code
> title="dom-innerHTML-HTML">innerHTML</code> attribute, and there's
> more than one element in the <span>stack of open elements</span>,
> and the second node on the <span>stack of open elements</span> is
> not a <code>body</code> node, then this is a <span>parse
> error</span>. (<span><code>innerHTML</code> case</span>)</p>
> <p>Otherwise, if there are more than two nodes on the <span>stack
> of open elements</span>, or if there are two nodes but the second
> node is not a <code>body</code> node, this is a <span>parse
Isn't this just reversing the two paragraphs and moving the Otherwise to
the other paragraph? What's the practical difference? I'm confused.
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