Re: getting your tests into browser test framework

On Mon, 2012-11-12 at 23:10 -0800, Chris Weber wrote:
> On 11/12/2012 8:13 AM, Larry Masinter wrote:
> > I think I heard from Philippe that perhaps W3C could help set up a
> > server (with wildcard DNS entry) for testing? Or is there some other
> > kind of instrumentation we could use in the browser to test URL
> > parsing?

Hi Chris,

we have so far available on port 80, 81, 81, and 83:

In addition we have:

> A server with a wildcard DNS entry would be great.

yes, we can look into that.

>   It would be the most
> transparent way I can think of to test how the parsed URL hits the wire.
> But we might need a dedicated domain name to use as well, e.g.
>, because the server would need to handle all
> arbitrary incoming requests produced by the test cases, and we wouldn't
> want them interfering with the existing test domain, e.g.:
> GET /foo/bar/1?2=3
> GET /bar/foo/
> GET /c%7C//foo/bar.html
> GET /foo%2%C3%82%C2%A9zbar
> ...

We could reserve Would that be good enough for


Received on Tuesday, 13 November 2012 13:42:56 UTC