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From: 向雅 <fyaoxy@gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 4 Apr 2009 23:24:23 +0800
Message-ID: <91dd9a4f0904040824t9329b5drfdcfdfaa0c68c01d@mail.gmail.com>
To: www-svg@w3.org
1.1 spec: 20.3 last line:

Each 'font' element must have a 'font-face' child element which
describes various characteristics of the font.

20.4 The 'glyph' element

and spec 20.8.3 The 'font-face' element

The 'font-face' element corresponds directly to the @font-face
facility in CSS2. It can be used to describe the characteristics of
any font, SVG font or otherwise.

When used to describe the characteristics of an SVG font contained
within the same document, it is recommended that the 'font-face'
element be a child of the 'font' element it is describing so that the
'font' element can be self-contained and fully-described.

Issue:
the line 20.8.3 use "recommended" word but the former use word "must".

is a issue?

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致敬
向雅
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