|author||John Mark Bell <email@example.com>||2009-02-14 09:35:32 +0000|
|committer||John Mark Bell <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2009-02-14 09:35:32 +0000|
Pseudo classes are now matched by callbacks to the client. This is far saner, as any node may match a pseudo class, not just the immediate target of the selection.
Munge test data to no longer expect :active to match -- there's currently no way to specify which node(s) in the tree have which pseudo classes applying to them. The pseudo classes on @page are no longer supported (namely, :left, :right, :first). These, and @page itself, probably want a dedicated API, as they are nothing to do with normal selection. Probably something like css_error css_select_page_margins(ctx, CSS_PAGE_LEFT, &computed); svn path=/trunk/libcss/; revision=6476
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