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Re: Test results for xmlns:foo attribute preservation across all browsers

From: Hausenblas, Michael <michael.hausenblas@deri.org>
Date: Thu, 6 Aug 2009 21:22:12 +0100
Message-ID: <285729F8-83D5-4208-957A-EA99142B3C70@deri.org>
To: "Manu Sporny" <msporny@digitalbazaar.com>
Cc: "RDFa Developers" <public-rdf-in-xhtml-tf@w3.org>, "HTMLWG WG" <public-html@w3.org>, "WHATWG" <whatwg@lists.whatwg.org>
Manu,

Results from my iPhone:
==============================Your browser version is: Mozilla/5.0  
(iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 3_0 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/528.18  
(KHTML, like Gecko) Version/4.0 Mobile/7A341 Safari/528.16
Test Result: You can retrieve xmlns: attributes in your browser using  
node.getAttribute()

The value of the xmlns:foo attribute is: http://example.org/foo#

=================================

Cheers,
             Michael
-- 
http://sw-app.org/mic.xhtml#i
Sent from my iPhone

On 6 Aug 2009, at 20:13, "Manu Sporny" <msporny@digitalbazaar.com>  
wrote:

> With thanks to the CTO of our company, Dave Longley, we have run a set
> of preliminary tests across a number of browsers to determine if and
> when xmlns:-style attributes are preserved.
>
> The test ensures that attributes originating in the markup of an HTML4
> document are preserved by the HTML parser and are preserved in the  
> DOM.
> The xmlns:-style attributes are then accessed via pure Javascript and
> DOM-Level-1 mechanisms. Here is the test:
>
> http://html5.digitalbazaar.com/tests/xmlns-attribute-test.html
>
> We have verified that xmlns:-style attributes are preserved in the
> following browsers:
>
> Firefox 3.0.9, Firefox 3.5.1, Chrome 3.0.196, Internet Explorer 7.0,
> Internet Explorer 8.0, Safari 4.0, Opera 9, Arora 0.7.0, Konqeror 4.2,
> Epiphany 2.22, and Android 1.5 (T-Mobile G1)
>
> Maciej, I believe that these results were what you were expecting.  
> Ben,
> Shane, Mark, these results contradict what I asserted this morning
> during the RDFa telecon.
>
> We have not been able to test a vanilla installation of IE 5.0 or IE  
> 6.0
> running on Windows XP SP2. The "Multiple IE" program is not guaranteed
> to work - the tests worked for us, but we may have accidentally been
> using the IE 7 browser engine.
>
> Could members in the communities addressed in this e-mail please:
>
> 1. Review the test source code to ensure the test is accurate.
> 2. Submit test results for browsers that are not in the list above,
>   or on the test page. Please specify whether the test worked and
>   include your browser version string (which is available on the test
>   page).
>
> Ian, is there language in the HTML5 specification (I looked and could
> not find any) that ensures that this current, widely supported browser
> behavior is documented in the spec?
>
> -- manu
>
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