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Re: Roadmap to CSS validator release - your participation welcome

From: olivier Thereaux <ot@w3.org>
Date: Thu, 7 Dec 2006 14:01:37 +0900
Message-Id: <A4A6A4A0-176F-4FE0-816D-D3BA12C7E4A4@w3.org>
Cc: Yves Lafon <ylafon@w3.org>, QA Dev <public-qa-dev@w3.org>
To: Karl Dubost <karl@w3.org>

On Dec 6, 2006, at 14:49 , Karl Dubost wrote:
> I have modified CssStyleRule.java line 87 to 100.
> Not committed yet. Tell me if I should.

[snip] looks good. go ahead. We have a test instance on qa-dev,  
here's the process.

* ssh root@qa-dev
* cd /usr/local/Jigsaw/Jigsaw/WWW/css-validator/
* cvs update
* if code has been modified, also do:
   javac -O `find . -name \*.java`
* if necessary, restart jigsaw by doing screen -r , ctrl-c, up and  
return (as root)

> Though I have an issue I wanted to get rid of ul at the level of  
> vAtRule. The problem is that this piece of code is in the HTML  
> template and not in the java code. :) There's an in-between thing  
> going on here :)

The fact that the markup is in the template is not such a bad thing.  
Ideally of course we would have a three-tiered solution as you  
suggest (code without markup, markup, and localized messages)  
enforced more strictly.

There may be a reason why the opening <ul ... is in the templates and  
the closing one in the java code, but I doubt it. Markup should be  
moved to the templates if possible.

> <ul class='vAtRule'>
> xhtml.properties.en:<ul class='vAtRule'> \n\
> xhtml.properties.es:<ul class='vAtRule'> \n\
> xhtml.properties.fr:<ul class='vAtRule'> \
> xhtml.properties.it:<ul class='vAtRule'> \n\
> xhtml.properties.pl-PL:<ul class='vAtRule'> \n\
> btw, it seems there is a difference in xhtml.properties.fr

No big deal, it's just a carriage return.

> Do we have a testing instance of the CSS validator somewhere so  
> when we modify we can test? Though I guess I could install it on my  
> laptop. :)

Yes, see above. Ping me if you need help with it.


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