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Re: About CSS3 selectors

From: Ivan Enderlin @ Hoa <@>
Date: Thu, 27 May 2010 19:49:17 +0200
Message-ID: <4BFEB09D.2020107@hoa-project.net>
To: Daniel Glazman <daniel.glazman@disruptive-innovations.com>
CC: www-style@w3.org
Le 27/05/10 19:30, Daniel Glazman a écrit :
> Le 27/05/10 19:26, Ivan Enderlin @ Hoa a écrit :
>
>> :any() is an experimental pseudo-class, but we have the same problem
>> with some vendors pseudo-element, like ::-moz-tree-row for example. You
>> could write:
>>
>> ::-moz-tree-row(readonly, unread)
>
> Right. But these are ultra-specific to Moz so it's up to nsCSSParser
> to support it. And no browser vendor ever requested to extend
> |expression| to comas before...
Maybe they just forget :-). It seems to be important I think (and very 
easy to do, see my previous mail :-)).
>
>> Here, we see the need of many expressions.
>>
>> But of course, expressions are selectors with the pseudo-class :any().
>> But :any() can be see as a macro and not a CSS function… It's another
>> fact :-).
>
> Not, it's a functional notation. And yes we probably need commas.
Ok.
>
>> By the way. Is a new CSS selector specification on the way?
>
> Not for the time being, we have many other things on the radar before
> that.
Yes. I just saw piece of grammar in the /[flex-units] unit abbreviations 
and the flex()/ thread :-).
(do not hit, do not hit :-))

Thanks for your answers and your time :-),
Best regards.

-- 
Ivan Enderlin
Developer of Hoa Framework
http://hoa-project.net/
Received on Thursday, 27 May 2010 17:49:46 GMT

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