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Regression test

From: Syver Enstad <syver.enstad@sensewave.com>
Date: Wed, 18 Oct 2000 20:28:46 +0200
Message-ID: <006901c03931$6c997170$9e369fc3@tech>
To: <html-tidy@w3.org>, "Terry Teague" <teague@mailandnews.com>
>Most of my testing comes from real-world HTML that users send to me or the mailing
> list when they discover what they believe is a bug. I keep those files
> around, 

Could I be so bold as to ask you to send them to me :-)

(as I have
> found out <grin>). 
Yes, haven't we all.

> I too would be interested in regression suites - perhaps you could make
> your own available.
Mine is pretty simplistic ;-) to say the least, it goes something like this:
tidy input.html > original.html
tidymod input.html > output.html
windiff output.html original.html

with more files I would probably make two output folders,  original and output and diff the contents of these instead. 
Not very sophisticated I admit but if I have a resonable collection of HTML files to feed it, it should be quite useful.
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