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some case-insensitivity cases to test

From: L. David Baron <dbaron@dbaron.org>
Date: Wed, 5 Dec 2012 10:28:10 -0800
To: www-style@w3.org
Message-ID: <20121205182810.GA1120@crum.dbaron.org>
Per today's telecon, here are some things that could be tested for
the type of case insensitivity used:

 * comparison of CSS identifiers used for counter styles, e.g.,
     list-style-type: decimal;
     list-style-type: DECIMAL;
     list-style-type: decımal;
     list-style-type: DECİMAL;
   and the same for:
     content: counter(foo, decimal);

 * comparison of CSS user identifiers, e.g., named counters:
     counter-increment: grün;
     content: counter(GRÜN);
 * HTML tag names, attribute names, and attribute values, e.g.:
     <input> vs <ınput> etc.
     <select multiple> vs <select multıple> etc.
     <input type="radio"> vs <input type="radıo"> etc.

 * user-defined identifiers in HTML, e.g., style sheet titles
   (defined as case sensitive):
   <link rel="stylesheet" title="grun" href="...">
   <link rel="stylesheet" title="grün" href="...">
   <link rel="stylesheet" title="GRUN" href="...">
   <link rel="stylesheet" title="GRÜN" href="...">
   (do these group as a single style sheet set or multiple?)

 * charset names in HTML (defined as ASCII case-insensitive):
   <meta charset="iso-2022-jp">
   <meta charset="ISO-2022-JP">
   <meta charset="ıso-2022-jp">
   <meta charset="İSO-2022-JP">
   <meta charset="unknown-charset">

 * MIME types in HTML (defined as ASCII case-insensitive):
   <script type="text/javascript">
   <script type="TEXT/JAVASCRIPT">
   <script type="text/javascrıpt">
   <script type="TEXT/JAVASCRİPT">


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