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[Bug 12935] <rt> should not auto-close ancestors

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http://www.w3.org/Bugs/Public/show_bug.cgi?id=12935

--- Comment #9 from fantasai <fantasai.bugs@inkedblade.net> 2011-06-13 16:29:52 UTC ---
I can't say I'm too familiar with the way HTML parsing works, but I would
assume:
  - We won't need any markup beyond what's in XHTML Ruby Annotation
  - We're likely to need <rb> and <rtc>, if not now, then at some point in the
    future.

<rbc> seems mostly useless to me, but could be kept around for compat with
XHTML Ruby Annotation markup.

Wrt mixing other elements and ruby, I've heard it suggested for e.g. Chinese to
mark up an entire paragraph with phonetics by placing the entire paragraph
inside <ruby>. If you want to support that, then you don't actually want to
have <rt> auto-close a <b>.

My uninformed opinion is that you should have any ruby markup's closing tag
auto-close anything that was opened inside it. I don't think we need to support
mis-nested tags here.

In an ideal world I would have:
  * <rt> autoclose <rt>, <rb>, <rp>, <rbc>
  * <rb> autoclose <rt>, <rb>, <rp>, <rtc>
  * <rp> autoclose <rt>, <rb>, <rp>, <rbc>
  * <rtc> autoclose <rt>, <rb>, <rp>, <rtc>, <rbc>
  * <rbc> autoclose <rt>, <rp>, <rtc>, <rbc>
  * Any ruby closing tag (including an autoclose) close anything opened
    inside that element

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