[Bug 11204] innerHTML on MathML elements


--- Comment #12 from David Carlisle <davidc@nag.co.uk> 2010-11-03 18:59:39 UTC ---
(In reply to comment #11)
> David, seems to me like the right thing to do here from MathML's point of view
> is to just define that MathML elements have a .innerHTML and say that the
> algorithm in the HTML5 spec is used for that, no?  Henri's proposal may work as
> well.  Though moving innerHTML from HTMLElement to Element might also break
> pages, note....  Copying might be ok.

Henri's comment in #10 would seem preferable to me actually. I don't really
want to say that every mathml implementation using a DOM has to implement
innerHTML (which is I think what you are saying) I just want to say that if a
MathML element is being represented by a DOM node whose parent supports
innerHTML then it should too. MathML doesn't have any mathml-specific script
requirements, so there isn't really any need for MathMLElement to be any
different (in a  mathml-in-html context) to HTMLElement, Or the html5 spec
could just say that HTMLElement should be used for mathml elements anyway. The
whole idea surely of having a unified parse specification and unified internal
DOM model is to allow for seamless integration of the mathematics with the
surrounding text. Why do we need to put up artificial barriers in the DOM
access based on historic working group organisation?  (perhaps I should mention
again that this whole thread is a personal action)

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Received on Wednesday, 3 November 2010 18:59:41 UTC