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Re: tests on parsing

From: fantasai <fantasai.lists@inkedblade.net>
Date: Wed, 16 Jul 2008 22:39:52 -0700
Message-ID: <487EDB28.7090709@inkedblade.net>
To: Gabriele Romanato <gabriele.romanato@gmail.com>
CC: css test <public-css-testsuite@w3.org>

Gabriele Romanato wrote:
> http://www.css-zibaldone.com/test/parsing/
> http://www.css-zibaldone.com/test/parsing/parsing.zip
> 
> provided in the normative format.

Thanks Gabriele,
These tests look pretty good. Just a couple comments:

http://www.css-zibaldone.com/test/parsing/xhtml/quotes-escape-000.xht
http://www.css-zibaldone.com/test/parsing/xhtml/quotes-nested-000.xht

You should have some instructions in this test so that if generated
content is not supported at all it fails.

http://www.css-zibaldone.com/test/parsing/xhtml/space-attribute-selector-000.xht

This test isn't actually invalid.

http://www.css-zibaldone.com/test/parsing/xhtml/space-attribute-selector-001.xht

For this test, the assertion should be that spaces inside [attr~=]
selectors don't match anything.

http://www.css-zibaldone.com/test/parsing/xhtml/terminal-class-name-000.xht

The test says "UA should handle a literal open curly brace used as a class name".
To test that assertion, you should also make sure the UA matches correctly
   p.\{ { color: green }

http://www.css-zibaldone.com/test/parsing/html/terminal-class-name-001.html

Same comment as above, except with "." instead of "{"

http://www.css-zibaldone.com/test/parsing/xhtml/terminal-class-name-002.xht

Same comment as above, except with ":".

http://www.css-zibaldone.com/test/parsing/xhtml/terminal-class-name-003.xht

Same comment as above, except with "*/".

http://www.css-zibaldone.com/test/parsing/xhtml/terminal-id-name-000.xht

Same comment as above, except with "#".

~fantasai
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