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From: Ian Hickson via cvs-syncmail <cvsmail@w3.org>
Date: Thu, 30 Apr 2009 23:07:44 +0000
To: public-html-commits@w3.org
Message-Id: <E1LzfM0-0008Oy-K3@lionel-hutz.w3.org>
Update of /sources/public/html5/spec
In directory hutz:/tmp/cvs-serv32282

Modified Files:
	Overview.html 
Log Message:
Simplify Philip's crazy arc ideas using more crazy arc ideas. I hope this makes sense to someone. If it doesn't, let me know, please... (credit: pt) (whatwg r3047)

Index: Overview.html
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RCS file: /sources/public/html5/spec/Overview.html,v
retrieving revision 1.2206
retrieving revision 1.2207
diff -u -d -r1.2206 -r1.2207
--- Overview.html	30 Apr 2009 23:01:10 -0000	1.2206
+++ Overview.html	30 Apr 2009 23:07:41 -0000	1.2207
@@ -21125,18 +21125,10 @@
   must add the point (<var title="">x1</var>, <var title="">y1</var>)
   to the subpath, and connect that point to the previous point (<var title="">x0</var>, <var title="">y0</var>) by a straight line.</p>
 
-  <p>Otherwise, if the points (<var title="">x0</var>, <var title="">y0</var>), (<var title="">x1</var>, <var title="">y1</var>), and (<var title="">x2</var>, <var title="">y2</var>) all lie on a single straight line, then: if the
-  direction from (<var title="">x0</var>, <var title="">y0</var>) to
-  (<var title="">x1</var>, <var title="">y1</var>) is the same as the
-  direction from (<var title="">x1</var>, <var title="">y1</var>) to
-  (<var title="">x2</var>, <var title="">y2</var>), then the method
-  must add the point (<var title="">x1</var>, <var title="">y1</var>)
-  to the subpath, and connect that point to the previous point (<var title="">x0</var>, <var title="">y0</var>) by a straight line;
-  otherwise, the direction from (<var title="">x0</var>, <var title="">y0</var>) to (<var title="">x1</var>, <var title="">y1</var>) is the opposite of the direction from (<var title="">x1</var>, <var title="">y1</var>) to (<var title="">x2</var>, <var title="">y2</var>), and the method must add
-  a point (<var title="">x<sub>&infin;</sub></var>, <var title="">y<sub>&infin;</sub></var>) to the subpath, and connect that
-  point to the previous point (<var title="">x0</var>, <var title="">y0</var>) by a straight line, where (<var title="">x<sub>&infin;</sub></var>, <var title="">y<sub>&infin;</sub></var>) is the point that is infinitely
-  far away from (<var title="">x1</var>, <var title="">y1</var>), that
-  lies on the same line as (<var title="">x0</var>, <var title="">y0</var>), (<var title="">x1</var>, <var title="">y1</var>), and (<var title="">x2</var>, <var title="">y2</var>), and that is on the same side of (<var title="">x1</var>, <var title="">y1</var>) on that line as (<var title="">x2</var>, <var title="">y2</var>).</p>
+  <p>Otherwise, if the points (<var title="">x0</var>, <var title="">y0</var>), (<var title="">x1</var>, <var title="">y1</var>), and (<var title="">x2</var>, <var title="">y2</var>) all lie on a single straight line, then, then the
+  method must add the point (<var title="">x1</var>, <var title="">y1</var>) to the subpath, and connect that point to the
+  previous point (<var title="">x0</var>, <var title="">y0</var>) by a
+  straight line.</p>
 
   <p>Otherwise, let <var title="">The Arc</var> be the shortest arc
   given by circumference of the circle that has radius <var title="">radius</var>, and that has one point tangent to the
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