Mozilla XForms Specials

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  • Revision title: Mozilla XForms Specials
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In Limitations, the link says that <xf:repeat>... will "probably never work"; if I'm reading the spec correctly, it says that the xf-repeat attributes are not allowed in the <html:table> element, and as such, the <xf:repeat> elements were created to fill in that gap. As such, shouldn't this be considered a bug on Mozilla's part for not supporting the <xf:repeat>? Bugs are fine, they get fixed eventually, but if this behavior variates from the spec, it should be properly recognized as a bug. --Korisu 12:34, 27 September 2007 (PDT) IIRC it is only limited by Mozilla itself, so you are correct it is a "bug". But to be fair, the page is about Mozilla XForms, not XForms in general :) --beaufour 06:37, 14 October 2007 (PDT)

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In Limitations, the link says that  &lt;xf:repeat&gt;... will "probably never work"; if I'm reading the spec correctly, it says that the xf-repeat <i>attributes</i> are not allowed in the &lt;html:table&gt; element, and as such, the &lt;xf:repeat&gt; elements were created to fill in that gap. As such, shouldn't this be considered a bug on Mozilla's part for not supporting the &lt;xf:repeat&gt;? Bugs are fine, they get fixed eventually, but if this behavior variates from the spec, it should be properly recognized as a bug.
--<a href="User:Korisu">Korisu</a> 12:34, 27 September 2007 (PDT)


IIRC it is only limited by Mozilla itself, so you are correct it is a "bug". But to be fair, the page is about Mozilla XForms, not XForms in general :)

--<a href="User:Beaufour">beaufour</a> 06:37, 14 October 2007 (PDT)<table></table>
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