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[Bug 9859] add document-conformance constraints for documents that contain SVG or MathML content that in turn contains HTML content

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--- Comment #1 from Michael(tm) Smith <mike@w3.org>  2010-06-05 05:50:23 ---
 I'm looking at this test case:
http://validator.nu/?doc=https%3A%2F%2Feyeasme.com%2FJoe%2FMathML%2FHTML5%2Fextras.html&showsource=yes#l230c87

...which is originally from
http://www.mozilla.org/projects/mathml/demo/extras.xhtml

validation on it fails -- actually, proper error-free parsing of it fails --
because it has an HTML img element within a MathML annotation-xml element, as
far as I can tell

but HTML img within MathML annotation-xml seems to be valid as far as MathML is
concerned, and as far as validator.nu is concerned, if it's served with an XML
MIME type -

http://validator.nu/?doc=https%3A%2F%2Feyeasme.com%2FJoe%2FMathML%2FHTML5%2Fextras.xhtml&showsource=yes

It seems the the only case where it's not conformant is when it's served as
text/html

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