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Re: ACTION 515 -CSS stuff partially done

From: Sean Owen <srowen@google.com>
Date: Tue, 26 Jun 2007 12:57:52 -0400
Message-ID: <e920a71c0706260957g4cc416a3g4521d7138a969838@mail.gmail.com>
To: "Abel Rionda" <abel.rionda@fundacionctic.org>
Cc: public-mobileok-checker@w3.org

This is good stuff -- I have two comments on the result format.

First would it be more desirable to re-use the <position> tag syntax
that we conceived for the result document? this presents a similar,
but different tag called <location>. We also used <info> rather than
<description> in the results document.

I remain a little concerned that the line between the "preprocessing"
and "tests" is becoming blurred and the result will be difficult to
comprehend. It makes sense to produce an intermediate document that
records the result of accessing a CSS resource and even parsing it.

Here I think we've gone a step beyond that and put mobileOK
Basic-specific information into this document -- that is, which
properties in the stylesheet aren't allowed by mobileOK Basic.

I think this logic should be implemented only in the test and
presented in the results document. Thoughts?

On 6/26/07, Abel Rionda <abel.rionda@fundacionctic.org> wrote:
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> Hi everyone,
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> Although code in CVS is being updating with the new test format, we have
> committed
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> some changes related to our CSS action.
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> *We have introduced stylesheet block. So far this stylesheet tag can be
> built from
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>  linked  or embedded CSS Resources. In both cases W3CValidator will process
> any
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> @import rule found (But we lose the retrieval information of imported CSS).
> So there will be
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> an stylesheet block per top level CSS resource)
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> *CSS validity messages from W3CValidator tool are allocated inside a
> CSSValidity block with
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> the same structure  used for grammar
> validation.(error-location-description).
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> *For each CSS test we have an special block with the information needed to
> pass the test
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> via XSLT. Currently we only have the information for Style Sheet Support
> Test.
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> To illustrate these changes see the following extract from moki document.
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> <stylesheets>
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>       <stylesheet type="embedded">
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> <URI>http://idi.fundacionctic.org/bk/google.xhtml</URI>
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>          <CSSValidity valid="false">
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>             <error code="-1">
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>                <location type="LineAndColumn">1, 0</location>
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>                <description>Property colo doesn't exist</description>
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>             </error>
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>          </CSSValidity>
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>          <stylesheetSupportTest>
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>             <error code="-1">
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>                <location type="LineAndColumn">1, 0</location>
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>                <description>float:left</description>
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>             </error>
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>          </stylesheetSupportTest>
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>       </stylesheet>
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>    </stylesheets>
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Received on Tuesday, 26 June 2007 16:58:11 GMT

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