Re: [csswg-drafts] [css-syntax] Reason for limited whitespace definition?

CSS's definition of whitespace matches HTML's definition.  Both are smaller than the rather expansive definition of whitespace that JS allows; they both are strictly limited to the ASCII range.  (JS's definition means tying to a particular Unicode revision, or accepting that the definition of whitespace can change over time. Neither are particularly good, and Unicode's current definition of "whitespace" includes some surprising characters, like the [Ogham space mark](, which doesn't *look* like whitespace.

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