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repeat attributes have no effect on <xforms:group>
Created attachment 235947 [details]
testsuite testcase with just group
This fails W3C testsuite non-normative case 9.3.2.a
The hack that is currently in place for repeat attributes will be ignored for any element that has xbl bindings applied by a more specific css rule. Since every xforms element has at least one binding in place, we'd need to special case the elements that we want to support having @repeat-nodeset. Group is about the only xforms element I think might make good use of this attribute. But I can also see the argument that introducing yet another binding to support this might just introduce more headaches. Particularly since any binding/style rules we introduce for xf:group to support this would need to keep in sync with any other style rules for group that might otherwise be conflict (including the current binding for xf:group). A group with repeat attributes needs to look/behave like any other xf:group except for the repeating content, of course.