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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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Date: Sun, 26 Sep 2010 12:20:02 +0000
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--- Comment #13 from Boris Zbarsky <bzbarsky@mit.edu>  2010-09-26 12:20:02 ---
Then why are you giving examples of expected rendering, if expected rendering
is not in fact defined in this specification?

Given the state of the CSS Ruby module, and the fact that it's not in fact
being actively worked on, last I checked, it _may_ be better to not define ruby
by reference to it.  We should see as we get closer to CR.  Right now, again,
there's no sane way to interoperably implement the HTML5 text.

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