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Tests that depend on node being inserted for default attributes

From: Curt Arnold <carnold@houston.rr.com>
Date: Thu, 7 Mar 2002 23:39:25 -0600
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Per http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/www-dom-ts/2002Mar/0002.html, I just marked 9 tests (listed below) that depend on nodes being inserted for default attibutes to only be applicable when the processor under test is validating.   If a processor supports validation, the existing validation setting will be overriden for these tests.  If a processor does not support validation, the test will be skipped.

Currently, the ECMAScript harness does not implement support for implementationAttributes so it does not immediately remove the 9 tests from the reported failures for Mozilla.  However, that will be corrected as part of the development of the new test runner.

To determine the tests affected, I (temporarily) removed the default attributes from staff.dtd and logged the tests that then failed with Xerces-J 2.  

The tests that will now only run with validation = true are: attrdefaultvalue.xml, attrnotspecifiedvalue.xml, attrspecifiedvalueremove.xml, documentcreateelementdefaultattr.xml, elementremoveattribute.xml, elementremoveattributerestoredefaultvalue.xml, elementretrieveallattributes.xml, namednodemapremovenameditem.xml, namednodemapremovenameditemgetvalue.xml;
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