add in @instruction parsing for newer CSS constructions (keyframes, etc) #48

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Pomax opened this Issue Jun 24, 2012 · 3 comments

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Pomax commented Jun 24, 2012

There's a number of @instruction selector replacements and prefixes that slowparse does not understand right now.

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Pomax commented Jun 24, 2012

stems from #42

@toolness
toolness commented Aug 6, 2012

It looks like Jess is already making wireframes of learning projects that will require us to fix this! http://www.flickr.com/photos/jessicaklein/7727412006/

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Pomax commented Sep 5, 2012

Testing with

      @-moz-keyframes myfirst {  
        from {background: red;}
        to {background: yellow;}
      }

throws up errors, due to the from() and to() notations - basically because it's not a normal CSS block, slowparse flags it. A list of @instructions that have "normal" css breaking syntax is probably required to ensure we run through the correct parsing.

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