When you have a computed style, you can't tell anything about the
specificity of the individual properties.
The way to handle this is to provide the `node_presentational_hint`
callback . When it is called, you look at the node's attributes and set
any appropriate styles as `css_hint`s .
Hope this helps,
On Thu, 16 Apr 2020 at 11:40, Paul <paul.gruzdev(a)gmail.com> wrote:
How can a user of libcss distinguish between these two situations: a)
property was defined using a default value in CSS and b) property was
undefined in CSS for the node. Those are different because in a latter
case the value of that property should be taken from a node attribute
(in my case of svg styling). As far as I can tell, for a root node, the
property is always initialised using the default value, so when
composing a style I can't distinguish between a and b.