Summarized test results:
CSS3 Text, Non-tailorable line breaking

Intended audience: users, HTML coders, script developers, CSS coders, Web project managers, and anyone who wants to know how well browsers support the line breaking properties of Unicode characters.

These tests check the default behavior of characters against the expectations in the Unicode Standard Annex #14 (Unicode Line Breaking Algorithm), version 6.1.0. The two-letter abbreviations are conventions for property names in the Unicode Standard. Non-tailorable characters have normative behavior in the Unicode Standard that applies in all normal circumstances. For more information about expected line break behavior and line break classes, see Unicode Standard Annex #14 Line Breaking Properties.

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Key:

pass fail partially successful

SP, ZW: Non-tailorable spaces

GL: Non-breaking ("Glue")

WJ: Word joiner