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From: Ian Hickson via cvs-syncmail <cvsmail@w3.org>
Date: Tue, 28 Oct 2008 20:07:16 +0000
To: public-html-commits@w3.org
Message-Id: <E1KuuqS-00015z-Pb@lionel-hutz.w3.org>

Update of /sources/public/html5/spec
In directory hutz:/tmp/cvs-serv4197

Modified Files:
	Overview.html 
Log Message:
WF2: typo fix; textarea.value shouldn't expose the CRLF transform. (whatwg r2372)

Index: Overview.html
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RCS file: /sources/public/html5/spec/Overview.html,v
retrieving revision 1.1543
retrieving revision 1.1544
diff -u -d -r1.1543 -r1.1544
--- Overview.html	28 Oct 2008 09:52:31 -0000	1.1543
+++ Overview.html	28 Oct 2008 20:07:13 -0000	1.1544
@@ -20999,15 +20999,15 @@
   the <dfn id=attr-input-autocomplete-off-state title=attr-input-autocomplete-off-state>off</dfn>
   state. The attribute may also be omitted. The <i>missing value
   default</i> is the <a href=#attr-input-autocomplete-on-state title=attr-input-autocomplete-on-state>on</a> state.<p>The <a href=#attr-input-autocomplete-off-state title=attr-input-autocomplete-off-state>off</a>
-  state indicates that the control's input data is either
-  particularily sensitive (for example the activation code for a
-  nuclear weapon) or is a value that will never be reused (for example
-  a one-time-key for a bank login) and the user will therefore have to
-  explicitly enter the data each time, instead of being able to rely
-  on the UA to prefill the value for him.<p>Conversely, the <a href=#attr-input-autocomplete-on-state title=attr-input-autocomplete-on-state>on</a> state indicates
-  that the value is not particularily sensitive and the user can
-  expect to be able to rely on his user agent to remember values he
-  has entered for that control.<p>When an <code><a href=#the-input-element>input</a></code> element's <code title=attr-input-autocomplete><a href=#attr-input-autocomplete>autocomplete</a></code> attribute is in
+  state indicates that the control's input data is either particularly
+  sensitive (for example the activation code for a nuclear weapon) or
+  is a value that will never be reused (for example a one-time-key for
+  a bank login) and the user will therefore have to explicitly enter
+  the data each time, instead of being able to rely on the UA to
+  prefill the value for him.<p>Conversely, the <a href=#attr-input-autocomplete-on-state title=attr-input-autocomplete-on-state>on</a> state indicates
+  that the value is not particularly sensitive and the user can expect
+  to be able to rely on his user agent to remember values he has
+  entered for that control.<p>When an <code><a href=#the-input-element>input</a></code> element's <code title=attr-input-autocomplete><a href=#attr-input-autocomplete>autocomplete</a></code> attribute is in
   the <a href=#attr-input-autocomplete-on-state title=attr-input-autocomplete-on-state>on</a> state,
   the user agent may store the value entered by the user so that if
   the user returns to the page, the UA can prefill the form. When an
@@ -21913,9 +21913,9 @@
   attribute must return the value "<code title="">textarea</code>".<p>The <dfn id=dom-textarea-defaultvalue title=dom-textarea-defaultValue><code>defaultValue</code></dfn>
   DOM attribute must act like the element's <code><a href=#textcontent>textContent</a></code>
   DOM attribute.<p>The <dfn id=dom-textarea-value title=dom-textarea-value><code>value</code></dfn>
-  attribute must, on getting, return the element's <a href=#concept-fe-value title=concept-fe-value>value</a>; on setting, it must set the
-  element's <a href=#concept-fe-value title=concept-fe-value>value</a> to the new
-  value.<p>The <code title=dom-cva-willValidate><a href=#dom-cva-willvalidate>willValidate</a></code>, <code title=dom-cva-validity><a href=#dom-cva-validity>validity</a></code>, and <code title=dom-cva-validationMessage><a href=#dom-cva-validationmessage>validationMessage</a></code>
+  attribute must, on getting, return the element's <a href=#concept-textarea-raw-value title=concept-textarea-raw-value>raw value</a>; on setting, it
+  must set the element's <a href=#concept-textarea-raw-value title=concept-textarea-raw-value>raw
+  value</a> to the new value.<p>The <code title=dom-cva-willValidate><a href=#dom-cva-willvalidate>willValidate</a></code>, <code title=dom-cva-validity><a href=#dom-cva-validity>validity</a></code>, and <code title=dom-cva-validationMessage><a href=#dom-cva-validationmessage>validationMessage</a></code>
   attributes, and the <code title=dom-cva-checkValidatity><a href=#dom-cva-checkvalidatity>checkValidity()</a></code> and <code title=dom-cva-setCustomValidity><a href=#dom-cva-setcustomvalidity>setCustomValidity()</a></code>
   methods, are part of the <a href=#the-constraint-validation-api>constraint validation API</a>. The
   <code title=dom-lfe-labels><a href=#dom-lfe-labels>labels</a></code> attribute provides a list
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