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[e] (0) Fly your flags at half mast for E4X.

Fixing https://www.w3.org/Bugs/Public/show_bug.cgi?id=20391
Affected topics: HTML

git-svn-id: http://svn.whatwg.org/webapps@7625 340c8d12-0b0e-0410-8428-c7bf67bfef74
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@@ -16735,8 +16735,10 @@ <h5 id=scriptingLanguages><span class=secno>4.3.1.1 </span>Scripting languages</
<dt>"<code>text/x-javascript</code>"</dt>
<dd>JavaScript. <a href=#refsECMA262>[ECMA262]</a></dd>
+<!--(historical footnote)
<dt>"<code>text/javascript;e4x=1</code>"</dt>
- <dd>JavaScript with ECMAScript for XML. <a href=#refsECMA357>[ECMA357]</a></dd>
+ <dd>JavaScript with ECMAScript for XML. <a href="#refsECMA357">[ECMA357]</a></dd>
+-->
</dl><div class=impl>
@@ -16770,7 +16772,7 @@ <h5 id=scriptingLanguages><span class=secno>4.3.1.1 </span>Scripting languages</
<p>When examining types to determine if they represent supported languages, user agents must not
ignore MIME parameters. Types are to be compared including all parameters.</p> <!-- whether the
order of parameters matters is left undefined until such time as it matters; so far the only
- relevant parameter is 'e4x' -->
+ relevant parameter was 'e4x', and it's gone for now -->
<p class=note>For example, types that include the <code title="">charset</code> parameter will
not be recognized as referencing any of the scripting languages listed above.</p>
@@ -36281,7 +36283,7 @@ <h6 id=text-styles><span class=secno>4.8.11.2.5 </span>Text styles</h6>
attribute's allowed keywords correspond to alignment points in the
font:</p>
- <p><img alt="The top of the em square is roughly at the top of the glyphs in a font, the hanging baseline is where some glyphs like &#2310; are anchored, the middle is half-way between the top of the em square and the bottom of the em square, the alphabetic baseline is where characters like &Aacute;, &yuml;, f, and &Omega; are anchored, the ideographic baseline is where glyphs like &#31169; and &#36948; are anchored, and the bottom of the em square is roughly at the bottom of the glyphs in a font. The top and bottom of the bounding box can be far from these baselines, due to glyphs extending far outside the em square." height=300 src=http://images.whatwg.org/baselines.png width=738></p>
+ <p><img alt="The top of the em square is roughly at the top of the glyphs in a font, the hanging baseline is where some glyphs like &#2310; are anchored, the middle is half-way between the top of the em square and the bottom of the em square, the alphabetic baseline is where characters like &Aacute;, &yuml;, f, and " height=300 src=http://images.whatwg.org/baselines.png width=738>03A9; are anchored, the ideographic baseline is where glyphs like &#31169; and &#36948; are anchored, and the bottom of the em square is roughly at the bottom of the glyphs in a font. The top and bottom of the bounding box can be far from these baselines, due to glyphs extending far outside the em square."&gt;</p>
<p>The keywords map to these alignment points as follows:</p>
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@@ -16735,8 +16735,10 @@ o............A....e
<dt>"<code>text/x-javascript</code>"</dt>
<dd>JavaScript. <a href=#refsECMA262>[ECMA262]</a></dd>
+<!--(historical footnote)
<dt>"<code>text/javascript;e4x=1</code>"</dt>
- <dd>JavaScript with ECMAScript for XML. <a href=#refsECMA357>[ECMA357]</a></dd>
+ <dd>JavaScript with ECMAScript for XML. <a href="#refsECMA357">[ECMA357]</a></dd>
+-->
</dl><div class=impl>
@@ -16770,7 +16772,7 @@ o............A....e
<p>When examining types to determine if they represent supported languages, user agents must not
ignore MIME parameters. Types are to be compared including all parameters.</p> <!-- whether the
order of parameters matters is left undefined until such time as it matters; so far the only
- relevant parameter is 'e4x' -->
+ relevant parameter was 'e4x', and it's gone for now -->
<p class=note>For example, types that include the <code title="">charset</code> parameter will
not be recognized as referencing any of the scripting languages listed above.</p>
@@ -36281,7 +36283,7 @@ hairline width with transform. ack Shaun Morris. --></div>
attribute's allowed keywords correspond to alignment points in the
font:</p>
- <p><img alt="The top of the em square is roughly at the top of the glyphs in a font, the hanging baseline is where some glyphs like &#2310; are anchored, the middle is half-way between the top of the em square and the bottom of the em square, the alphabetic baseline is where characters like &Aacute;, &yuml;, f, and &Omega; are anchored, the ideographic baseline is where glyphs like &#31169; and &#36948; are anchored, and the bottom of the em square is roughly at the bottom of the glyphs in a font. The top and bottom of the bounding box can be far from these baselines, due to glyphs extending far outside the em square." height=300 src=http://images.whatwg.org/baselines.png width=738></p>
+ <p><img alt="The top of the em square is roughly at the top of the glyphs in a font, the hanging baseline is where some glyphs like &#2310; are anchored, the middle is half-way between the top of the em square and the bottom of the em square, the alphabetic baseline is where characters like &Aacute;, &yuml;, f, and " height=300 src=http://images.whatwg.org/baselines.png width=738>03A9; are anchored, the ideographic baseline is where glyphs like &#31169; and &#36948; are anchored, and the bottom of the em square is roughly at the bottom of the glyphs in a font. The top and bottom of the bounding box can be far from these baselines, due to glyphs extending far outside the em square."&gt;</p>
<p>The keywords map to these alignment points as follows:</p>
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@@ -17659,8 +17659,10 @@ o............A....e
<dt>"<code>text/x-javascript</code>"</dt>
<dd>JavaScript. <a href="#refsECMA262">[ECMA262]</a></dd>
+<!--(historical footnote)
<dt>"<code>text/javascript;e4x=1</code>"</dt>
<dd>JavaScript with ECMAScript for XML. <a href="#refsECMA357">[ECMA357]</a></dd>
+-->
</dl>
@@ -17700,7 +17702,7 @@ o............A....e
<p>When examining types to determine if they represent supported languages, user agents must not
ignore MIME parameters. Types are to be compared including all parameters.</p> <!-- whether the
order of parameters matters is left undefined until such time as it matters; so far the only
- relevant parameter is 'e4x' -->
+ relevant parameter was 'e4x', and it's gone for now -->
<p class="note">For example, types that include the <code title="">charset</code> parameter will
not be recognized as referencing any of the scripting languages listed above.</p>

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