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[Bug 9590] Consider "prefix--" instead of "_prefix-" as a pattern for proprietary extensions

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--- Comment #18 from Jonas Sicking <jonas@sicking.cc> 2010-09-29 21:54:24 UTC ---
I would not pay attention to the mozilla _moz-foo syntax. I'm fairly certain
that it's only used internally and that we never use it to enable features that
authors might want. I.e. there is no reason for it to ever appear in markup
that people put through a validator. In the long term our current uses will
hopefully go away and instead use internal state flags rather than ones exposed
in the DOM.

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