[selectors] Change "character" to "code point" in most places.

Mon, 27 Jan 2014 22:11:24 -0800

author
Simon Sapin <simon.sapin@exyr.org>
date
Mon, 27 Jan 2014 22:11:24 -0800
changeset 9842
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parent 9841
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child 9843
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[selectors] Change "character" to "code point" in most places.

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     1.1 --- a/selectors/Overview.html	Mon Jan 27 22:00:38 2014 -0800
     1.2 +++ b/selectors/Overview.html	Mon Jan 27 22:11:24 2014 -0800
     1.3 @@ -1700,17 +1700,18 @@
     1.4     sensitivity of <a href="#language-range"><i>language ranges</i></a> is
     1.5     defined in the <a href="#lang-pseudo"><code>:lang()</code></a> section.
     1.6  
     1.7 -  <p><dfn id=whitespace>White space</dfn> in Selectors consists of the
     1.8 -   characters SPACE (U+0020), TAB (U+0009), LINE FEED (U+000A), CARRIAGE
     1.9 -   RETURN (U+000D), and FORM FEED (U+000C) can occur in whitespace. Other
    1.10 -   space-like characters, such as EM SPACE (U+2003) and IDEOGRAPHIC SPACE
    1.11 -   (U+3000), are never part of white space.
    1.12 -
    1.13 -  <p>Characters in Selectors can be escaped with a backslash according to the
    1.14 -   same <a href="http://www.w3.org/TR/CSS21/syndata.html#characters">escaping
    1.15 +  <p><dfn id=whitespace>White space</dfn> in Selectors consists of the code
    1.16 +   points SPACE (U+0020), TAB (U+0009), LINE FEED (U+000A), CARRIAGE RETURN
    1.17 +   (U+000D), and FORM FEED (U+000C) can occur in whitespace. Other space-like
    1.18 +   code points, such as EM SPACE (U+2003) and IDEOGRAPHIC SPACE (U+3000), are
    1.19 +   never part of white space.
    1.20 +
    1.21 +  <p>Code points in Selectors can be escaped with a backslash according to
    1.22 +   the same <a
    1.23 +   href="http://www.w3.org/TR/CSS21/syndata.html#characters">escaping
    1.24     rules</a> as CSS. <a href="#ref-CSS21"
    1.25 -   rel=biblioentry>[CSS21]<!--{{!CSS21}}--></a> Note that escaping a
    1.26 -   character "cancels out" any special meaning it may have in Selectors. For
    1.27 +   rel=biblioentry>[CSS21]<!--{{!CSS21}}--></a> Note that escaping a code
    1.28 +   point "cancels out" any special meaning it may have in Selectors. For
    1.29     example, the selector ‘<code class=css>#foo>a</code>’ contains a
    1.30     combinator, but ‘<code class=css>#foo\>a</code>’ instead selects an
    1.31     element with the id <code>foo>a</code>.
    1.32 @@ -3418,7 +3419,7 @@
    1.33    <p>The <dfn id=blank-pseudo>:blank</dfn> pseudo-class is like the <a
    1.34     href="#empty-pseudo"><code>:empty</code></a> pseudo-class, except that it
    1.35     additionally matches elements that only contain <a
    1.36 -   href="http://www.w3.org/TR/css3-text/#white-space-rules">characters
    1.37 +   href="http://www.w3.org/TR/css3-text/#white-space-rules">code points
    1.38     affected by whitespace processing</a>. <a href="#ref-CSS3TEXT"
    1.39     rel=biblioentry>[CSS3TEXT]<!--{{!CSS3TEXT}}--></a>
    1.40  
    1.41 @@ -3957,7 +3958,7 @@
    1.42  
    1.43    <p>A <dfn id=child-combinator>child combinator</dfn> describes a childhood
    1.44     relationship between two elements. A child combinator is made of the
    1.45 -   &quot;greater-than sign&quot; (U+003E, <code>></code>) character and
    1.46 +   &quot;greater-than sign&quot; (U+003E, <code>></code>) code point and
    1.47     separates two <a href="#compound"><i>compound selectors</i></a>.
    1.48  
    1.49    <div class=example>
    1.50 @@ -3988,7 +3989,7 @@
    1.51     Next-sibling combinator (<code>+</code>)</h3>
    1.52  
    1.53    <p>The <dfn id=next-sibling-combinator>next-sibling combinator</dfn> is
    1.54 -   made of the &quot;plus sign&quot; (U+002B, <code>+</code>) character that
    1.55 +   made of the &quot;plus sign&quot; (U+002B, <code>+</code>) code point that
    1.56     separates two <a href="#compound"><i>compound selectors</i></a>. The
    1.57     elements represented by the two <a href="#compound"><i>compound
    1.58     selectors</i></a> share the same parent in the document tree and the
    1.59 @@ -4018,7 +4019,7 @@
    1.60  
    1.61    <p>The <dfn id=following-sibling-combinator>following-sibling
    1.62     combinator</dfn> is made of the &quot;tilde&quot; (U+007E, <code>~</code>)
    1.63 -   character that separates two <a href="#compound"><i>compound
    1.64 +   code point that separates two <a href="#compound"><i>compound
    1.65     selectors</i></a>. The elements represented by the two <a
    1.66     href="#compound"><i>compound selectors</i></a> share the same parent in
    1.67     the document tree and the element represented by the first compound
     2.1 --- a/selectors/Overview.src.html	Mon Jan 27 22:00:38 2014 -0800
     2.2 +++ b/selectors/Overview.src.html	Mon Jan 27 22:11:24 2014 -0800
     2.3 @@ -922,14 +922,14 @@
     2.4    Case sensitivity of <i>language ranges</i> is defined in the <code>:lang()</code> section.
     2.5  
     2.6    <p><dfn id="whitespace">White space</dfn> in Selectors consists of the
     2.7 -  characters SPACE (U+0020), TAB (U+0009), LINE FEED (U+000A),
     2.8 +  code points SPACE (U+0020), TAB (U+0009), LINE FEED (U+000A),
     2.9    CARRIAGE RETURN (U+000D), and FORM FEED (U+000C) can occur in whitespace.
    2.10 -  Other space-like characters, such as EM SPACE (U+2003) and
    2.11 +  Other space-like code points, such as EM SPACE (U+2003) and
    2.12    IDEOGRAPHIC SPACE (U+3000), are never part of white space.
    2.13  
    2.14 -  <p>Characters in Selectors can be escaped with a backslash
    2.15 +  <p>Code points in Selectors can be escaped with a backslash
    2.16    according to the same <a href="http://www.w3.org/TR/CSS21/syndata.html#characters">escaping rules</a> as CSS. [[!CSS21]]
    2.17 -  Note that escaping a character "cancels out" any special meaning it may have in Selectors.
    2.18 +  Note that escaping a code point "cancels out" any special meaning it may have in Selectors.
    2.19    For example, the selector ''#foo>a'' contains a combinator,
    2.20    but ''#foo\>a'' instead selects an element with the id <code>foo>a</code>.
    2.21  
    2.22 @@ -2389,7 +2389,7 @@
    2.23  
    2.24    <p>The <dfn id='blank-pseudo'>:blank</dfn> pseudo-class is like the <code>:empty</code> pseudo-class,
    2.25      except that it additionally matches elements that only contain
    2.26 -    <a href="http://www.w3.org/TR/css3-text/#white-space-rules">characters affected by whitespace processing</a>. [[!CSS3TEXT]]
    2.27 +    <a href="http://www.w3.org/TR/css3-text/#white-space-rules">code points affected by whitespace processing</a>. [[!CSS3TEXT]]
    2.28  
    2.29    <div class='example'>
    2.30      <p>For example, the following element matches <code>:blank</code>,
    2.31 @@ -2828,7 +2828,7 @@
    2.32  
    2.33    <p>A <dfn>child combinator</dfn> describes a childhood relationship
    2.34    between two elements. A child combinator is made of the
    2.35 -  &quot;greater-than sign&quot; (U+003E, <code>></code>) character and
    2.36 +  &quot;greater-than sign&quot; (U+003E, <code>></code>) code point and
    2.37    separates two <i>compound selectors</i>.
    2.38  
    2.39  
    2.40 @@ -2856,7 +2856,7 @@
    2.41  Next-sibling combinator (<code>+</code>)</h3>
    2.42  
    2.43    <p>The <dfn>next-sibling combinator</dfn> is made of the &quot;plus
    2.44 -  sign&quot; (U+002B, <code>+</code>) character that separates two
    2.45 +  sign&quot; (U+002B, <code>+</code>) code point that separates two
    2.46    <i>compound selectors</i>.
    2.47    The elements represented by the two <i>compound selectors</i>
    2.48    share the same parent in the document tree
    2.49 @@ -2882,7 +2882,7 @@
    2.50  Following-sibling combinator (<code>~</code>)</h3>
    2.51  
    2.52    <p>The <dfn>following-sibling combinator</dfn> is made of the &quot;tilde&quot;
    2.53 -  (U+007E, <code>~</code>) character that separates two <i>compound selectors</i>.
    2.54 +  (U+007E, <code>~</code>) code point that separates two <i>compound selectors</i>.
    2.55    The elements represented by the two <i>compound selectors</i> share
    2.56    the same parent in the document tree and the element represented by
    2.57    the first compound selector precedes (not necessarily immediately) the element

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