--- Comment #13 from Krinkle <> ---
I don't think it is within the scope of ResourceLoader (a framework to package
and  deliver modules) to correct bad input.

If you want to use LESS to abstract browser bugs, that's fine. But
ResourceLoader itself should play no part in changing the styles or scripts to
address browser bugs.

If CSSMin is optimising things (e.g. #ffffff, #FFF, white -> #fff) and that
causing problems in IE, then it is within the scope of RL to not do that as it
shouldn't introduce bugs, but certainly shouldn't (intentionally) fix them.

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