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Re: Using the DOM TS from Safari

From: Curt Arnold <carnold@houston.rr.com>
Date: Sat, 19 Mar 2005 20:51:10 -0600
Message-Id: <0FF8A8DA-9D89-412D-BACD-4BA92B18EC81@houston.rr.com>
Cc: www-dom-ts@w3.org
To: Howard Jess <howard@dhitechnologies.com>

This is the right forum.  I'm going to have to refresh my memory on  
the issue with Safari and Konqueror, but will get back to you in the  
next few days.  I believe it was a difference in signaling that a  
test document had been successfully loaded.  It may be that changes  
to JsUnit since that time have worked around that problem.  Here are  
some previous messages on Safari and Konqueror and the DOM TS.


On Mar 18, 2005, at 7:42 PM, Howard Jess wrote:

> Please excuse me if this is the wrong forum for questions; if
> it is, can you point me to another resource that's more appropriate?
> I'm trying to build a catalog of issues dealing with various browsers
> support of, at minimum, level 1 core and html interfaces. So far, my
> attempts to run the TS using Safari have been unsuccessful. I've sent
> for help from the JSUnit group -- Edward Hieatt has responded that it
> should run (and indeed, on his site, it does run the the JSUnit suite,
> although with errors).
> Are there any steps I need to take to get Safari to run properly? I
> have the TS installed locally; but I don't think networking is the
> issue, as I've successfully run through the tests with other browsers
> on similarly connected machines. Safari simply refuses to run, either
> locally or at the W3C site, and gives no console messages.
> JSUnit's testRunner reports
>     Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; PPC Mac OS X; en) AppleWebKit/125.2  
> (KHTML, like Gecko) Safari/125.7
> Thanks for any help you can give me.
> Howard Jess
> howard@dhitechnologies.com
Received on Sunday, 20 March 2005 02:51:16 UTC

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