Tie lifetime of SVGAnimateElement::m_animatedType to the duration of the animation.
For non-frozen animations, we still keep the animVal around and just reset it to the base val.
For CSS property animations we never remove a property if we animated it via SMIL, but only change it back to the base value.
This makes integration with CSS Animations/Transitions hard, and needs to be changed both for CSS & XML animations.
Unfortunately that requires a precise knowledge of which animation is contributing to an animated value at any point in time. Patch upcoming.
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Comment on attachment 140236 [details]
Committed r116451: <http://trac.webkit.org/changeset/116451>