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Re: Time to tag the CVS

From: Dimitris Dimitriadis <dimitris@ontologicon.com>
Date: Thu, 14 Feb 2002 22:46:51 +0100
Cc: "'www-dom-ts@w3.org'" <www-dom-ts@w3.org>
To: "Arnold, Curt" <Curt.Arnold@hyprotech.com>
Message-Id: <5AF06570-2194-11D6-8924-000393556882@ontologicon.com>
And adding to that, let's think in terms of rewriting the HTML tests for 
the updated release of DOM TS L1

On Thursday, February 14, 2002, at 10:33 , Arnold, Curt wrote:

> Been a long road to this point.  Probably would be good to tag the CVS 
> at
> this point and continue on with the next milestones.  Any W3C 
> convention for
> tagging releases in the CVS?  If not, how about calling it L1Core-R1.0?
>
> Probably next step would be to identify the open issues with the L2 Core
> suite.  Obviously, the getElementsByTagName("*","whatever") issue needs 
> to
> be resolved.  I don't remember any other open issues off the top of my 
> head.
>
> The Mozilla HTML loader in DOMTestSuite.js was failing, but it might 
> have
> just been a nighly build issue.  It had worked with previous versions, I
> haven't tried it with the 0.9.8 milestone release.  What I had
> misinterpreted as a problem with getElementsByTagName()'s 
> case-sensitivity
> appears to be a failure to load the <body> element into the DOM (which
> causes massive numbers of test failures).
>
> The Mozilla XML implementation will crash in one of the DOM L2 Core 
> tests
> (about 2/3 of the way through).  There had been a similar situation 
> earlier
> with the DOM L1 tests.  It would be nice if someone could do a find the
> cases that are failing.  With the DOM L1, basically had to do a half
> interval search, splitting alltests.xml into smaller fragments until the
> failure was located.  I don't know if the Venkman JS debugger will let 
> you
> debug a script that large (MS Interdev 6 had problems with massive 
> scripts).
> If you have access to Mozilla's talkback data, if you can find a recent 
> log
> for carnold@houston.rr.com, it should point to the method that failed.
>
> I'll probably change test-to-jsunit.xsl to add an unload() call at the 
> end
> of any test that loads and modifies a document.  Closing the 
> corresponding
> window in that call would minimize the desktop clutter from running the 
> HTML
> tests.  It would do nothing in XML or SVG loaders.
>
Received on Thursday, 14 February 2002 16:45:58 UTC

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