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[Bug 9659] Initial U+0000 should not set frameset-ok to "not ok"

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--- Comment #9 from Eric Seidel <eric@webkit.org>  2010-09-10 18:28:19 ---
WebKit also tries hard to keep the individual pieces of the spec as isolated
leaf node classes.  Tokenizer *cannot* talk to the TreeBuilder in WebKit's
implementation.  The places in the spec which require such, have the
TreeBuilder setting some state on the Tokenizer instead.  The tokenizer is
called by the "DocumentParser" which drives the whole process.  The
DocumentParser passes source to an InputStreamPreprocessor which readies the
source for the Tokenizer.  The Tokenizer returns tokens back to the
DocumentParser.  The DocumentParser passes those to the TreeBuilder.  The
TreeBuilder yields when necessary to allow the DocumentParser to run the
ScriptRunner on its behalf, etc.  Note that each class is separate from each
other, and generally never calls the others directly.

My point of all this is just to discourage further spec modifications which
tightly couple these parts.  Keeping them loosly coupled (and keeping
communication unidirectional, from the TreeBuilder to the Tokenizer) makes
implementation a whole lot simpler and cleaner. :)

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