Re: [svg-developers] Are glyph-name lists comma or space separated?
- Hi Frank.
> The SVG Tiny 1.2 Draft defines the attributes glyph-name, g1, and g2I agree with your summary. At first glance, this seems like an
> to be of the format
> which in the Basic Data Types section is defined as white space
> "A <list-of-strings> consists of a separated sequence of <string>s.
> String lists are white space-separated, where white space is defined
> as one or more of the following consecutive characters: "space" (U
> +0020), "tab" (U+0009), "line feed" (U+000A) and "carriage return" (U
> With comma separated lists kerning works in Apache Batik, the Adobe
> SVG Viewer, and (though not always correctly) in Opera, and from my
> understanding this behavior is standards compliant and should remain
> so for backwards compatibility.
> Other opinions?
accidental incompatibility. I’ve raised
http://www.w3.org/Graphics/SVG/WG/track/issues/2194 with the WG, which,
if agreed to, will result in an erratum being published for SVG Tiny 1.2.
Cameron McCormack ≝ http://mcc.id.au/