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RE: Reference image of animate-elem-40-t

From: Julien Reichel <Julien.Reichel@spinetix.com>
Date: Mon, 7 Jul 2008 15:14:24 +0200
Message-ID: <364D31930BDB974AB40E22C5C2E584ED10D036@asterix.SPINETIX.local>
To: "Dr. Olaf Hoffmann" <Dr.O.Hoffmann@gmx.de>, <www-svg@w3.org>


> I personally think, that the reference image is anyway often 
> of very limited use for animation tests. Animation tests I 
> create typically do not rely on reference images and several 
> of them try to be selfconsistent, indicating at least typical 
> errors of the tested feature in an easy way even for smaller 
> deviations. But this is not completely trivial to have for 
> any feature to be tested and for many things tested it is not 
> really necessary to have a precision test. As here the timing 
> of the marker is not centered, therefore it is only a help to 
> get a rough impression of the timing - it is already much 
> better than to have no indication at all ;o)

I agree with you. And I already find the work done for generating this
test suite very impressive :-) 
> > The animation of the #markergroup in animate-elem-40-t is 
> actually a 
> > very good example of small details that can be easily 
> overlooked. And 
> > the fact that its an animation of a use that will itself be 
> referenced 
> > by another use, makes it a complicate case to test.
> Well for this test it is the intention of some subtests to 
> test the behaviour of use, therefore it should be no 
> complication to reuse the markers. 

Well actually this animation on the marker pointed out a bug in our
player that none of the test for the "use" showed. 

None of the official test specific for the "use" tests the following
- animation of an attribute in a use, which is itself included in
another part of the document with another use. I thinks (but I must
check again that you have such test on your web page). 

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