Re: [CSS21] Case-insensitivity not defined

L. David Baron wrote:
> On Thursday 2007-11-15 13:11 -0800, Addison Phillips wrote:
>> Anne van Kesteren wrote:
>>> I don't think it makes much sense here to make this more complex than 
>>> simply mapping A-Z to a-z and then comparing code points.
>> Except that you can define identifiers in CSS that are non-ASCII. It 
> But which of those does CSS define as case-insensitive?  I think the
> vast majority (if not all) of CSS's case-insensitive identifiers are
> the ones that are already defined, not the ones that authors can
> choose for themselves.
> I think all existing CSS properties and values and HTML (non-XML)
> tag names and attributes are all ASCII.  And I suspect that's also
> true for all of the attribute values that HTML defines as
> case-insensitive.
> So, in other words, do you have a valid testcase where you could
> distinguish whether it's ASCII-only case-insensitivity or something
> else in any way other than looking for case folding that crosses
> between ASCII and non-ASCII, like using the WİDTH property?

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Received on Thursday, 15 November 2007 22:34:46 UTC