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From: Piers Wombwell <piers@ekioh.com>
Date: Mon, 26 Oct 2009 13:50:11 +0000
Message-Id: <DF125847-D629-465F-80C8-B71E7FD363A3@ekioh.com>
To: www-svg@w3.org

I think this test case is incorrect. It appears to rely on paced  
animation of a polygon's points attribute, which the spec seems to say  
shouldn't be valid.

Section 16.2.7 of the 1.2T spec says:
On the other hand, a <list-of-length> (as used by 'stroke-dasharray')  
is a list of scalars (1-dimensional vectors), and <points-data>(as  
used by the 'points' attribute on a 'polygon') is a list of 2-  
dimensional vectors. Therefore, these types do not have a distance  
function defined and cannot have paced animation applied to them.

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