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Re: [Action items] Level 1 HTML tests, grant of license wording

From: Curt Arnold <carnold@houston.rr.com>
Date: Fri, 5 Apr 2002 02:54:24 -0600
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> 1. Framework. A contact has been made between Bob and Edward on the
> JsUnit framework. People from this list have volounteered to help in the
> effort, so please feel free to tell us what you need help with.

Though I have no problem with making JSUnit better, I'm not sure if it will
be satisifactory since there is a lot of configuration that you would like
to do in the test runner that can't be easily represented by selecting one
of a collection of suites.

> 2. HTML tests. We still need to sanitycheck the HTML tests, both the
> transcribed NIST ones and the submitted ones from Netscape. Has aynoen
> built/run those?

I've compiled them for Java (to check for type mismatches), but haven't ran
them on anything.  Since the L1 suite contains a variant of all the L2 HTML
tests, it is probably best to finish the sanity check on L2 HTML then visit
the L1 HTML tests.

> 3. Grant of license wording. Philippe, do you have the final woringd yet?
>
> /Dimitris
>
>
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