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Analysis of RDFa Test Suite and XMLLiteral c14n

From: Manu Sporny <msporny@digitalbazaar.com>
Date: Thu, 17 Sep 2009 10:46:29 -0400
Message-ID: <4AB24BC5.5060500@digitalbazaar.com>
To: RDFa Developers <public-rdf-in-xhtml-tf@w3.org>
All current Test Case issues have to do with the SPARQL that is
specified for each test case. Specifically, the lack of including the
xhtml namespace using xmlns, or the addition of namespaces that are not
used in the literal (like rdf, dc, and svg). Here are the test cases
with issues:

Test #0011: Does not specify xmlns for xhtml namespace in <sup>
Test #0092: Erroneously specifies dc and rdf namespaces on <sup>.
Test #0094: Erroneously specifies dc and bla namespaces on <sup>.
Test #0100: Erroneously specifies dc, rdf, ex, svg namespaces on
<strong> and dc, rdf, and ex on the <svg:svg> element.
Test #0101: Erroneously specifies dc, rdf, ex, svg namespaces on
<strong> and dc, rdf, and ex on the <svg:svg> element.
Test #0102: Erroneously specifies dc, rdf, ex, svg namespaces on
<strong> and dc, rdf, and ex on the <svg:svg> element.
Test #0103: Erroneously specifies dc, rdf, and ex namespaces on <strong>
and dc, rdf, and ex on the <svg> element.

IIRC, of the SPARQL UNION clauses in each test case, we will end up
using the second clause of the UNION and dropping the first clause in
the UNION.

We also should create test cases to test preservation of xmlns: values
that are re-used in a part of the XMLLiteral.

This also raises the question if we should preserve namespaces that are
used in RDFa markup in attributes in the XMLLiteral. Doing so would
violate the c14n spec, AFAICT. Not doing so would lead to invalid RDFa
markup in the XMLLiteral.

-- manu

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