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[Bug 13433] Using "Function?" for the on* IDL attribute type doesn't seem to match implementations on setting

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--- Comment #11 from Cameron McCormack <cam@mcc.id.au> 2011-08-01 04:06:32 UTC ---
Is there a need for this assume-null-if-assigned-thing-is-wrong behaviour for
any non-Function attributes?  (I.e. is it something we want to change in the
normal ES->IDL conversion rules?)

Ian: can you file a bug on Web IDL if you need a mechanism to select this
non-standard coercion behaviour, thanks.

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