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From: Gregory Williams <greg@evilfunhouse.com>
Date: Wed, 28 Sep 2011 18:01:34 -0400
Message-Id: <8B9457B2-1189-4A09-BF6B-6A94C4210C4B@evilfunhouse.com>
To: SPARQL Working Group <public-rdf-dawg@w3.org>
I'd like to make three changes to test suite files, and wanted to run them by the group.


In test csv-tsv-res/manifest#csv03 I'd like to change the lexical form used in the CSV results file (csvtsv03.csv) and the source data file (data2.ttl) for the xsd:double value to use canonical form (changing from "1.0e6" to "1.0E6"). While this doesn't totally solve the problem of the csv serialization being lossy and making value-based comparisons difficult, if we're going to choose to use either canonical or non-canonical form, I think canonical form is the better choice to allow canonicalizing implementations to more easily pass the test.


I'd like to remove test service/manifest#service5 from the manifest list as it tests the "SERVICE ?var" form that I believe we've resolved not to specify. An alternative would be to mark this test with an mf:requires and mint a new IRI to represent the variable-endpoint extension.


I'd like to change the SERVICE manifest to mark federation tests as using the service "feature", not marking it as a "requirement" with mf:requires:

-       mf:requires mf:BasicFederation ;
+       mf:feature sd:BasicFederatedQuery ;

This change is based on mf:requires being used historically as a way to indicate a test that requires some optional feature of the implementation (thus making the test optional w.r.t. conformance). However, we've now split the test suite into conformance requirements on a per-spec basis (in manifest-all.ttl), and I believe the service tests should be considered required tests for conformance to the Federation Extension spec.

Does anyone have any thoughts on these changes?

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