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Re: slightly more difficult svg tests

From: Dominique Hazael-Massieux <dom@w3.org>
Date: Thu, 12 Jun 2008 17:03:24 +0200
To: Kai Hendry <hendry@iki.fi>
Cc: public-mwts@w3.org
Message-Id: <1213283005.6766.30.camel@localhost>

Hi Kai,

Le lundi 21 avril 2008 à 15:09 +0100, Kai Hendry a écrit :
> http://static.webvm.net/wct/svgt.html
> I had a look at green.svg and I thought it was missing the SVG tiny
> doctype since it is tests specifically SVG tiny. Probably doesn't
> matter.
> Anyway I found an old test from Chris Lilley and modified it a little
> and called it http://static.webvm.net/wct/green-hard.svg
> gzip -c green-hard.svg > green-harder.svgz

I reviewed the proposed harder SVG test, and it looks good to me; it is
only fractionally harder (because it tests a pretty specific possible
parsing error), but with the gzipping added, I think it makes for a
better test overall.

I have added it to the list of proposed additional tests:

> I also thought we could gzip it and see if that works. Surprisingly it
> doesn't work in FF3, but it does on my S60 browser:
> http://static.webvm.net/wct/green-harder.svgz

That's because the file isn't served with the Content-Encoding: gzip
header, which I think is required by HTTP in this case.

(I made sure that it is served correctly for our test)

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