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Tokenizer corner cases #2

SimonSapin opened this Issue April 18, 2012 · 2 comments

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Simon Sapin
Simon Sapin

Now that the descendant selector bug are fixed (unless I missed
something) the remaining issues that I see are:

  1. The current tokenizer for Symbol uses something like the '\w' regex,
    while a CSS IDENT token can contain any non-ASCII character (including
    U+00A0 no-break space, for example), can have backslash-escapes but can
    not start with a digit.

  2. Unicode white space (like U+00A0) counts as white space (either
    ignored or a descendant combinator) but should not (related to 1)

  3. 2n+1 or similar strings (arguments to :nth-child()) are tokenized as
    Symbol objects, and are then accepted by the parser as element types,
    class names, IDs, etc.

I think that any valid (for CSS) selector that only uses ASCII without
backslash-escapes should be fine now, so maybe this is not really a
problem ...

Simon Sapin
Owner is a special case of this bug. parse(u'.test\u201d') fails but should not. The Unicode character should be part of the class.

Simon Sapin

Actually, the valid escaping would be .test\201d. The u is a Python thing.

Simon Sapin SimonSapin closed this issue from a commit June 14, 2012
Simon Sapin Add tests for series with whitespace
Together with the previous 2 commits, this fixes #2 and #7
Simon Sapin SimonSapin closed this in d405f89 June 14, 2012
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