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Re: dom1.dtd not in CVS

From: Dimitris Dimitriadis <dimitris@ontologicon.com>
Date: Wed, 31 Jul 2002 12:30:24 +0300
Cc: www-dom-ts@w3.org
To: Joe Schafer <jschafer@iquest.net>
Message-Id: <244E4C5A-A468-11D6-BCE9-000393556882@ontologicon.com>

comments inlined

On Tuesday, July 30, 2002, at 10:10  PM, Joe Schafer wrote:

>
> I pulled a copy of the test suite from CVS and noticed that the
> dom1.dtd file is not there.  It was in the previous release in the
> "test" directory.  And at lease some (if not all) of the tests currently
>
> in CVS reference the DTD.
>
[dd] As Curt indicated, the DTD (and schema) are generated

> If it's not going to be supported anymore, the references need to
> be removed.  If it is to be supported, the DTD need to be placed
> in CVS.
>
> This brings up some good questions: Can the current tests in CVS
> (for at least core level 1 tests) be validated against dom1.dtd
> from the previous release ????  Will this be supported in the
> future ????  What about level 2 ???  Has the definition of the
> test files changed to support level 2 ???
>
[dd] Most of the current tests are validated against the same DTD, since 
this is generated from the W3C specifications and Working Drafts. 
However, it's best to generate them using the specific target in the 
build process.

> In any case, I a building a test harness for the test suite and I need a
>
> good definition of the contents of the test files so I can build the
> test
> generator.  Is there such a definition in CVS or elsewhere ?????
>
[dd] I think the best way to go about is to take a test file (XML) and 
compare it to the code which is generated from it to understand how it 
works. There isn't a description of the markup language, mainly due to 
lack of time.

> Joe Schafer
> jschafer@iquest.net
>
>
Received on Wednesday, 31 July 2002 05:33:27 GMT

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