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Re: Comments on the http://www.w3.org/TR/widgets/

From: viji <viji@borqs.com>
Date: Tue, 09 Nov 2010 16:43:15 +0530
Message-ID: <4CD92CCB.8030601@borqs.com>
To: marcosc@opera.com, public-webapps@w3.org
CC: viji <viji@borqs.com>

  Here are some issues/clarifications on the p&c test suite

1. ta-uLHyIMvLwz/000 : dl.wgt

   The archive is not encrypted. The test description mentions that it 
is encrypted

2. i18n-lro/020
    Is the expectation of the testcase correct. Should the word SED 
change to DES, to be in sync with the example "The Awesome Super  <bdo 
dir="rtl">Dude</bdo>Widget" in p&c spec. Does it expect the character to 
be changed from &lt to &gt.

Same behavior applies to i18n-ltr 010 &020, i18n-rlo 020 etc


On Wednesday 03 November 2010 10:17 AM, viji wrote:
> Hello Marcos
> Thank You, I am okay with the changes.
> rgds
> viji
> On Tuesday 02 November 2010 08:20 PM, Marcos Caceres wrote:
>> On Tue, Nov 2, 2010 at 9:36 AM, viji<viji@borqs.com> wrote:
>>> Hello Marcos
>>> The changes for "Email attribute" and "Rule for Getting Text Content
>>> with
>>> Normalized White Space" seem fine.
>> Good to hear!
>>> I have a comment on usage of Global attributes for Icon, Feature,
>>> Content
>>> and Param elements.
>>> For all these elements dir attribute does not make sense. The text you
>>> added contains the line " What effect specifying a global attribute
>>> has on
>>> an elements is determined by Step 7 of this specification."
>>> In step 7, the reference is given to Rule for Getting Text Content or
>>> rule
>>> for getting a single attribute value etc. Does this clarify as to
>>> whether
>>> dir attribute is applicable or not for the elements like Icon, Feature,
>>> Content and Param elements.
>> Yes, these rules hopefully make it clear how and when dir and xml:lang
>> are taken into consideration. You will notice that the rule for
>> parsing a non-negative number does not take dir or xml:lang into
>> account:
>> http://www.w3.org/TR/widgets/#rule-for-parsing-a-non-negative-integer
>> While the Rule for Getting Text Content always returns a localizable
>> string:
>> http://www.w3.org/TR/widgets/#rule-for-getting-text-content0
>> Please do take a look and see if the rules make sense.
>> The reason we leave the global attributes there is for
>> forward/backwards compatibility in case we want to add human readable
>> text in the future. Consider this hypothetical example:
>> <feature name="some:feature" dir="ltr">
>> <otherns:role xml:lang="en">This feature is needed to do something
>> useful</otherns:role>
>> </feature>
Received on Tuesday, 9 November 2010 11:13:53 UTC

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