[csswg-drafts] [css-syntax] tokenizer consume url (#3635)

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== [css-syntax] tokenizer consume url ==
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**Johannes Koch said:**

> when trying to implement a tokenizer according to the CSS Syntax CR 20 
> February 2014, I encountered the following problem.
> input: url("foo")
>  From 4.3.1 we go to 4.3.3, consuming code points up to and including 
> '(', then to 4.3.5
>    4. If the next input code point is a U+0022 QUOTATION MARK (") or
>       U+0027 APOSTROPHE (‘), then:
>      1. Consume a string token with the current input code point as the
>         ending code point.
> Because the '"' has not yet been consumed, the current code point is 
> still '('. But 4.3.4 should be called with '"' as ending code point instead.
> So I propose to add 'consume it' after
>    U+0022 QUOTATION MARK (") or U+0027 APOSTROPHE (‘)
> in 4.3.5 step 4.


**Tab Atkins said:**

> Good catch, looks like that's a leftover from a previous organization
> of that section, when I *did* consume the quote character.
> I've fixed that, and slightly simplified the way you call "consume a
> string token" as well, so that if you don't specify an ending code
> point it uses the current input code point.

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Received on Friday, 8 February 2019 00:02:49 UTC