Re: [mediaqueries] calc() and other syntax restrictions (was: Re: Validating media queries in Java)

On 05/02/2013 11:10 AM, Tab Atkins Jr. wrote:
> On Thu, May 2, 2013 at 11:07 AM, Bjoern Hoehrmann <> wrote:
>> * Tab Atkins Jr. wrote:
>>> Can you provide more context to this?  The email you're responding to
>>> appears to be so old that it's not in my mail archives, and I've been
>>> on the list for 6-7 years.  ^_^  A link to the email  on
>>> <> would be great.
>> It's a reply to per
>> the References header (but the header is malformed, %hh-escaping the
>> `<>`. I am not sure whether that's a problem with Bert's forward, or if
>> the mail head the malformed header from the start.) That said, a simple
>> search ` -intitle:www-style "No doubt somebody some day
>> wants to write"` would have worked aswell.
> Cool, thanks Björn.
> Gunther: Don't worry, whatever conclusions that that old thread may
> have come to, calc() is definitely allowed in Media Queries, at least
> per spec.  (calc() is allowed *everywhere*, because it's just a
> fill-in for its resolved type.)

I am not so sure about that, and if that's our intent I think it could
definitely use some clarification.


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