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    • Benjamin Otte's avatar
      cssselector: Reintroduce GOT_MATCH · 78223932
      Benjamin Otte authored
      I removed it in 14f5ce71 because I
      thought it was unnecessary, but it wasn't. When we build a tree like
      this:
      
      .matches ─┬─ .doesntmatch
                └─ .alsodoesntmatch
      
      We would get the changes for the .matches part returned. This is however
      only right if that node of the tree contains results. If results only
      exist with the child nodes (all of which don't match), then this part
      should not match either.
      78223932
    • Benjamin Otte's avatar
      cssselector: The if was the wrong way around · 506639ad
      Benjamin Otte authored
      We want to keep matching as long as selectors are simple. Otherwise we'd
      never be matching, because the first selector is always simple. Oops.
      506639ad
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