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Re: Status check

From: Rick Rivello <richard.rivello@nist.gov>
Date: Tue, 23 Apr 2002 06:46:58 -0400
Message-ID: <04aa01c1eab4$31358b10$573b0681@sdct.nist.gov>
To: <www-dom-ts@w3.org>

> 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?
> [dd] This is what we need to concentrate on
     We  are currently adding subject lines to the level1 and level2 HTML tests and should
     be able to commit them soon.  
     I've been getting inconsistent results when running the HTML tests on both
     Mozilla and IE6 using jsUnit.    I used Curt's suggestion(see below) on Mozilla and
     added a dummy test at the beginning of each interface and am getting
     10 errors out of the 442 tests.  
     >You might try editing alltests.html and take the first test of each "family"
     >and duplicating it and calling the first one something like,
     >"testHTMLAnchorElementXX" and run the test again and ignore any test
     >failures on the XX tests.  That should at least clarify which tests are
     >really failing and which ones might be being run before the document has
     >been completely loaded.

       I've not had as much success on IE6.  The results have been very
       inconsistent.  I'll run the tests and 130 errors will be reported.  I'll
       close the browser and run the tests again without making any changes
       and will have 120 errors.  

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