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Re: Where can I get these files?

From: Dimitris Dimitriadis <dimitris@ontologicon.com>
Date: Wed, 17 Oct 2001 19:51:36 +0300
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Cc: www-dom-ts@w3.org
To: Jan-Arve Saether <jana@birdstep.org>
Hi Jan-Arve

Please provide your input on the framework that is described at 
http://www.w3.org/DOM/Test as well as by Curt in his reply to your 
original posting, as we want to make sure that anyone who so wishes can 
contribute to the DOM TS framework.

You are able to browse the CVS repository for individual files, such as 
the transforms you mention, and you are also able to anonymously check 
out the entire module anonymously in order to build the suite and look 
at the source code.

There will be a downloadable version of the DOM TS available at 
http://www.w3.org/DOM/Test as soon as we have finalized it, so you still 
have time to provide valuable feedback before we release the firt 


On Monday, October 15, 2001, at 06:40  PM, Jan-Arve Saether wrote:

> I am a little bit confused here, but the page on 
> http://www.w3.org/DOM/Test/
> says that a sourceforge project has been made and can be found at
> http://domconftest.sourceforge.net/.
> Unfortunately, only an empty page can be found on that link.
> Where I am working we are currently writing tests for DOM L1+L2, and we
> consider to contribute if
> the system you are using works ok.
> I tried to access it by CVS, and I found that a project has been 
> created,
> but it seems that there are no
> modules created within that project. (By scanning CVSROOT/modules)
> Where can I find these XML and XSLT scripts that are needed to 
> generates the
> tests?
> Is this project independent of the xmlconf project on sourceforge
> (I noticed that they have a www-dom-ts folder, but I did not find the 
> test
> XML-document)
> Best regards
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