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Incorrectly classified test cases?

From: Dieter Köhler <dieter.koehler@philo.de>
Date: Tue, 14 Sep 2004 21:39:55 +1200
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1. As far as I can see the test cases with the following IDs are 
incorrectly classified as of TYPE 'error' instead of 'invalid'.  They test 
XML 1.0, 3rd ed., prod. [69] VC Entity Declared.

not-wf-not-sa-005
ibm-invalid-P69-ibm69i01.xml
ibm-invalid-P69-ibm69i02.xml
ibm-invalid-P69-ibm69i03.xml
ibm-invalid-P69-ibm69i04.xml
ibm-invalid-P69-ibm69i05.xml

2. The test case rmt-e2e-57 should test that "a value other than preserve 
or default for xml:space is an error", but it lacks a document type 
declaration.  Therefore, the file is not valid.

Dieter Koehler

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