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Re: === Identifying a unique node in a DOM tree ===

Subject: Re: === Identifying a unique node in a DOM tree ===
From: Francis Norton <francis@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 31 May 2000 17:35:54 +0100
Re: === Identifying a unique node in a DOM tree ===
Ah yes, I had missed your point.

You could justify the omission of this feature by appeal to the design
goals of "keeping the parser small" or "leaving developers free to
implement the spec in their own fashion", but I'd make a little guess
that maybe no-one ever suggested it?


Jonathan Asbell wrote:
> My point of view is if the parser is going to go through the motion of
> parsing, how much more trouble is it to grab the full path and make it a
> temporary property of the node?

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