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[Bug 19882] @charset rule logic is not case insensitive & should state ASCII interpretation for clarity

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--- Comment #7 from Zack Weinberg <zackw@panix.com> ---
@charset "utf-8";    yes
@CHARSET "utf-8";    yes
@ChArSeT "utf-8";    yes
@cHaRsEt "utf-8";    yes

@charset"utf-8";     yes
@charset  "utf-8";   yes
@charset\9"utf-8";   yes
@charset\A"utf-8";   yes
@charset\C"utf-8";   yes
@charset\D"utf-8";   yes
@charset "utf-8" ;   yes
 @charset "utf-8";   yes

@charset 'utf-8';    yes


Opera/9.80 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64; U; en) Presto/2.10.289 Version/12.00

... and unfortunately, IE9 appears not to support this use of data: URLs, so
I'm going to have to redo the test case with a whole bunch of tiny supporting
files to get that to work. :-(

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