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Multiple Carriage Returns in regression test file include/n3ExprFor.n3

From: <brian.j.mahoney@sybase.com>
Date: Thu, 15 Apr 2004 11:40:01 -0700
To: public-cwm-bugs@w3.org
Message-ID: <OF6AD4D06B.344E9C56-ON88256E77.00622152@sybase.com>





My CVS checkout of 2000/10/swap on Thursday, April 15 gave me only one
failure when trying

retest.py -n -f regression.n3

(in Cygwin on Windows 2000)

File "include/n3ExprFor.n3" has all lines ending with CR CR LF (not just CR
LF) which can happen as a file is saved/written
between Unix and Windows.
These CRs are stripped out when downloading individual CVS files with a
browser, but I did a commandline checkout
of the entire tree with
"checkout 2000/10/swap/"
( an "--lf checkout 2000/10/swap/"  prevents this problem, but it isn't in
the cvs example and who remembers to use it?)

Removing the CRs fixes the error.  I don't think this will be the last time
that someone ends up with CR CR LF in an
n3 file and perhaps a general purpose catch should be coded (or already in
use somewhere else).

The runtime error is not very enlightening:

 66/72 regression.n3#t1053             Parsing strings with n3ExprFor
Files differ, result= 256
#  If this is OK,   cp ,temp/regression.n3_t1053.out ref/n3ExprFor-out.n3
######### Differences from reference output:
--- ref/n3ExprFor-out.n3      2002-03-30 14:08:19.000000000 -0800
+++ ,temp/regression.n3_t1053.out   2004-03-16 10:07:07.954528200 -0800
@@ -1,14 +1 @@
-     @prefix : <#> .
-     @prefix log: <http://www.w3.org/2000/10/swap/log#> .
-
-    this     log:forAll :x .
-
-    :Blargh_b     :semantics {<http://example.com/#x>     <
http://example.com/#y> <http://example.com/#z> .
-        } .
-    {
-        """@prefix : <http://example.com/#>.
-   :x :y :z ."""     log:n3ExprFor :x .
-
-        }     log:implies {:Blargh_b     :semantics :x .
-        } .
-
+# next char:  u'\r'

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