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Re: Remarks and questions about XQ Update Facility test suite

From: Xavier Franc <xfranc@online.fr>
Date: Fri, 23 May 2008 22:57:01 +0200
Message-ID: <48372F9D.1070202@online.fr>
To: Jonathan Robie <jonathan.robie@redhat.com>
CC: Andrew Eisenberg <andrew.eisenberg@us.ibm.com>, public-xqts-comments@w3.org

I forgot to mention a new XQuery Update tutorial that XMLmind has just 
(I am going to write to Liam for announcing it on the XQuery page)

You are most welcome to comment about this tutorial and signal any 
mistake of inaccuracy
or obscurity, including in my English.


Jonathan Robie wrote:
> Excellent - thanks for sending these Xavier! As you know, results like 
> these really help us make the case that our specification should 
> progress. I assume we can put these results on our public test results 
> page?
> Jonathan
> Xavier Franc wrote:
>> Hello Jonathan,
>> my apologies too for the delay in responding to you, this is not 
>> retalation :-)
>> I was just waiting to be ready to provide results for the new version 
>> Qizx 2.1
>> which supports the XQuery Update Facility 1.0.
>> Pleas find attached these results.
>> Concerning my previous remarks/questions, I completely understands 
>> your reasons.
>> best regards
>> Xavier
>> Jonathan Robie wrote:
>>> Andrew Eisenberg wrote:
>>>> > - it would be nice to have a zip distribution of the XQUF TS.
>>>> I'll ask Jonathan to comment on this.
>>> First off, Xavier, my apologies, I just check and I see that I 
>>> failed to respond to an earlier inquiry from you.
>>> So far, I've been resisting suggestions to create a zip distribution 
>>> because most developers are able to use source code control systems, 
>>> which are a better way to develop a test suite collaboratively, and 
>>> I don't want to have to worry about whether a zip distribution is 
>>> out of sync with the source code repository. If enough people give 
>>> me a good reason that the source code control system does not work 
>>> for them, I may change my mind, but I'm reluctant to provide a zip 
>>> without a really good reason.
>>>> > - Is there a plan to publish a result page like for XQuery ?
>>>> You'll find our early results in 
>>>> http://dev.w3.org/2007/xquery-update-10-test-suite/results/.
>>> And your results would be very welcome.
>>> Jonathan
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