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[Bug 13113] Parsing algorithm should not preclude Complex Ruby

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--- Comment #20 from fantasai <fantasai.bugs@inkedblade.net> 2011-11-29 00:49:46 UTC ---
> Jukugo is a stylistic variant of group ruby,

This is not true.

> again to be handled in CSS.

CSS can handle jukugo vs. mono rendering at the stylistic level *iff* both the
pairing and the word-boundary information is recorded in the HTML. Group ruby
doesn't record any sub-word pairing information, because there isn't any, so
you'll have to explain better what you mean by this sentence.

> defining the outer level as a phrase-level annotation

This doesn't make sense for, e.g. double annotating kanji with both kana and
romaji.

>  we should consider supporting multiple <rt>s per base, if there is reason to
> believe that multiple monoruby annotations at the ends of lines are common.

I have no idea what this is referring to.

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