[whatwg] Another issue in 22.214.171.124 parsing tokens in foreign content
w3c at adambarth.com
Sat Jun 22 22:21:46 PDT 2013
On Thu, Apr 18, 2013 at 12:27 AM, Michael Day <mikeday at yeslogic.com> wrote:
> Another issue regarding recent changes to 126.96.36.199 "The rules for parsing
> tokens in foreign content".
> When a HTML start tag is seen (specifically "b", "big", "blockquote",
> "body", "br", "center", "code", ...) the following procedure is given to
> recover from the parse error:
> If the stack of open elements does not have an element in scope that is a
> MathML text integration point, an HTML integration point, or an element in
> the HTML namespace, or if the stack of open elements has only one element,
> then process the token using the rules for the "in body" insertion mode.
> (fragment case)
> Since the stack of open elements always has <html> at the top of the stack,
> the "element in scope" algorithm will always find it, and as a result, the
> first part of the condition will always fail.
Even in the fragment case? (Note the parenthetical remark in the spec
about this text applying only in the fragment case.)
> This seems unintentional, and depends upon the exact way in which the
> "element in scope" algorithm is defined.
> Perhaps rewriting this paragraph without reference to the "element in scope"
> algorithm would make the intent clearer? For example:
> If the stack of open elements does not any elements that are MathML text
> integration points, or HTML integration points, or that are in the HTML
> namespace, or if the stack of open elements has only one element ...
> Any thoughts?
> Best regards,
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