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sXBL events, CSS, interfaces

From: Cameron McCormack <cam-www-svg@aka.mcc.id.au>
Date: Fri, 10 Dec 2004 14:10:43 +1100
To: www-svg@w3.org
Message-id: <20041210031043.GA12677@bruce.csse.monash.edu.au>

When a document that contains bindings is loaded, should the SVGLoad
event be dispatched before or after elements are bounded and the
associated XBL events have been dispatched?

Also I am a little confused about "4.5. Binding Stylesheets".  Is the
method for computing style on bound elements just like SVG use elements?
That is, stylesheets in the document containing the XBL definitions
will apply to the shadow content attached to the bound element, and
properties inherited by the xbl:template in the binding document will
not apply to the bound element?

Editorial comments:

  - In the ShadowTreeEvent IDL, the attribute and methods should be
    referring to ShadowTreeElements rather than TemplateElements.  Also
    those names (ShadowTreeElement and TemplateElement) seem to be
    inconsistent with others, which start with "XBL".

  - The IDL for XBLShadowTreeElement is still called XBLTemplateElement.

Will there be (empty) interfaces for other XBL elements, such as
XBLHandlerGroupElement, XBLImportElement, etc.?  Will the Java
interfaces for these eventually live in a org.w3c.dom.xbl package?

Thanks,

Cameron

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