Strictly speaking, there is an incorrect attribute used with the Virtex-4 RocketIO. This might cause confusion, though it will not actually affect operation or interoperability.
A comma in 1000BASE-X is a 7 bit sequence: there is a +ve and -ve version of this (0011111 or 1100000 - see IEEE802.3 clause 188.8.131.52).
In 1000BASE-X, the only code groups which are used and contain a comma are the +ve and -ve version of the /K28.5/ character (1100000101 or 0011111010).
Currently, the COMMA_10B_MASK value is set to 0x3FF. This considers all 10-bits ot the /K28.5/ to be a comma. Strictly speaking, a comma should only be identified by only 7 of these 10 bits and so we should set the COMMA_10B_MASK value to 0x07F.
This is not really a problem because, as stated above, only /K28.5/ is used in 1000BASE-X mode. In other standards, /K28.1/ and /K28.7/ will also contain a comma. But these should never be received (unless caused by bit errors). So effectively the 10-bit comma detection is valid.