Re: Problem with element selectors having unicode characters

On Mon, 26 May 2008, Radu Coravu wrote:

> Hi,
> The CSSParser.jj file declares at line 417 NONASCII as ["\200"-"\377"] That 
> does not comprise the whole UNICODE range.
> It should be something like: ~["\000"-"\177"] This means all non-ASCII.
> I attached 2 sample files. The CSS contains a Japanese character in a 
> selector and is marked as invalid by you but a browser has no problems 
> matching the CSS selector to the element name.
> Any input on this one?
in 4.1.3:
In CSS, identifiers (including element names, classes, and IDs in
        selectors) can contain only the characters [a-z0-9] and ISO 10646
        characters U+00A1 and higher, plus the hyphen (-) and the
        underscore (_); they cannot start with a digit, or a hyphen
        followed by a digit. Identifiers can also contain escaped
        characters and any ISO 10646 character as a numeric code (see next
        item). For instance, the identifier "B&W?" may be written as
        "B\&W\?" or "B\26 W\3F".
        Note that Unicode is code-by-code equivalent to ISO 10646 (see
        [UNICODE] and [ISO10646]).

So the validator tries to stick as much as possible to the definition 
given by the spec.

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Received on Wednesday, 28 May 2008 15:09:22 UTC