Using XMLSerializer on SVGSVGElement with Custom Namespaces is Broken

Confirmed Issue #110890 • Assigned to Travis L.

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Created
Apr 27, 2014
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0.0011
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Steps to reproduce

URL = http://jsfiddle.net/dm3mQ/

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Repro Steps:

1). Go to this JsFiddle with Internet Explorer: http://jsfiddle.net/dm3mQ/
2). Click the “Clikcy!” button.
3). View the output that is generated by the XMLSerializer and compare this to the SVG markup that is in the page source.

Expected Results:

The XMLSerializer should return a string that is identical to what is shows in the page source (this is the behavior in Webkit/Firefox).

Actual Results:

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