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[Bug 6665] [FT] Test Suite Bugs

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Mary Holstege <holstege@mathling.com> changed:

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--- Comment #10 from Mary Holstege <holstege@mathling.com>  2009-03-19 16:40:41 ---
Christian, thanks again for your detailed comments.
With respect to items 6, 7, 17, 22-28, 31, 32. Done.

With respect to item #8: the test is correct because the element p is a
paragraph break, and sentences are not allowed to span paragraphs. (Section 4.1
bullet 6b).

With respect to items 19-21 the tests correctly reflect the subtle influence of
the rule that the modifiers are applied in order. (Although you are correct
that FTPosFilter-q5.xq should return false; this was a mistake.)

Consider FTPosFilter-q2:
"one two three" ftcontains "three" ftand "one" window 3 words ordered

First the ftand is applied, creating a single string match spanning positions 1
to 3.  Then the window is applied, and it also succeeds, and we still have the
single string match.  Is this single string match ordered with respect to
itself? Yes it is.  Similar rules apply to the other positional filter cases.

I believe these resolves the outstanding items in this bug.  If you agree,
please close the bug.


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