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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 #6 from Michael(tm) Smith <mike@w3.org>  2010-06-14 01:34:47 ---
I had some offlist discussion about where HTML elements should be allowed in
MathML content, and that leads me to suggest that it should be restricted to
<mtext> elements. I realize that the parsing algorithm also processes HTML
content correctly if it's in <mi>, <mn>, <mo>, and <ms> elements, but I think
this is a case where it makes sense for the document-conformance requirements
to be stricter than what the parsing algorithm allows

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