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[Bug 10879] Including "impossible" requirements even as a SHOULD is unnecessary

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--- Comment #3 from Simon Pieters <simonp@opera.com> 2010-10-04 06:41:01 UTC ---
A realistic implementation of this requirement is to have the conformance
checker as a browser plugin/extension which checks conformance of the document
over time while the user interacts with it. (It still cannot prove that scripts
never cause non-conforming states to occur, but it can catch a non-conforming
state when it actually happens for the user.)

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