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[Bug 12807] [XQFTTS] xquery-xpath-composability-queries-results-q9* tests assume stemming algorithm

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Tim Mills <tim@cbcl.co.uk> changed:

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--- Comment #1 from Tim Mills <tim@cbcl.co.uk> 2011-06-28 11:33:28 UTC ---
Personal response:

The test xquery-xpath-composability-queries-results-q9 specifies the stemming
dictionary in the catalog:

        <aux-URI role="stemming-dictionary">english</aux-URI>

which corresponds to the "english-stems.txt" file.

This file specifies no rule to stm "successfully".  According to the guidelines
for running the test suite:

"The stopwords, thesaurus, and stemming-dictionary sources are not intended to
be used directly in the form in which they are given, but to provide
information to those running the test suite about the expectations a particular
test has about various implementation-specific aspects of the execution
context. Implementations are expected to provide equivalent information to the
query, but in whatever form is appropriate in their context."

This means that to pass the test, the stemmer you use in your test harness
mustn't stem "successfully".

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