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[Bug 10244] The processing is not defined if the <ruby> content model is violated (e.g. if there are multiple <rt> elements, more than 2 <rp> elements, mis-ordered <rp> elements, and so forth.

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--- Comment #7 from Boris Zbarsky <bzbarsky@mit.edu>  2010-09-24 16:05:12 ---
And the point remains: as an implementor, I currently cannot implement HTML5's
ruby stuff and have any hope of interop.  I'd have to make dozens of arbitrary
decisions (and likely will); then expect "content will break" pushback if those
decisions need to be changed after ruby has been in use in the wild for a
while.

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