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block comments are not ignored at the moment, and they should very much be.
If you could also add the comment's text extents to the parseInfo blob, that would be swell. In the future, this would allow us to easily e.g. point out a comment in a tutorial.
hmm, I'm making the CSS parser return a single object for the parserInfo of the element, since nothing inside of it counts as more than plain text content as far as the DOM is concerned. Would we rewrite the comments as dom comment nodes?</p>
Well, in 81684b7 I extended the parseInfo blob it returns to actually include a bunch of information about the CSS contained within... I was originally thinking of actually putting this on top of the CSSStyleSheet DOM in the sheet property of the <style> node but decided against it, partly because that sheet property is only non-null when the <style> element is added to a real document.
Anyways, since parseInfo.rules is an array of rules in the sheet, maybe parseInfo.comments can be an array of comments in it?
done and done, pull request #17 pending.