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font-specific feature names are case-sensitive, not case insensitive. #9411
@tabatkins would appreciate help on the syntax aspect. This is a fonts 4 test, and tests two things:
6.8. Alternates and swashes: the font-variant-alternates property
6.9. Defining font specific alternates: the @font-feature-values rule
given the change from CSS 2.1 syntax definitions (in Fonts 3) to CSS Syntax definitions (in Fonts 4) I just wanted your take on the case-sensitivity or case-insensitivity of idents in @styleset rules.
That will help me review the test and will also help me in porting over the spec text. Thanks!
svgeesus left a comment
Removal of -moz- is certainly correct.
The changes to the test are clear (changes case-insensitivity to case-sensitivity); what is less clear to me is what the correct syntax will be in the spec.
This is also affecting my porting of the spec text from the old .src preprocessor form and CSS 2.1 syntax definitions, to .bs bikeshed spec format and CSS Syntax 3 definitions.