Re: issues with respect to the test cases overall manifest document

At 12:32 PM +0300 7/23/03, Jeremy Carroll wrote:
>A while ago Peter said
>>  The test cases overall manifest document
>>  ( is not what I expected at
>>  all.
>Looking at this, the easiest fix would be for me to run a unix script in
>that found all the */Manifest[0-9][0-9][0-9].rdf
>files and chopped off the rdf:RDF start element tag and end element tag, took
>the xml:base from the start element tag and put it in the next start element
>tag and concatenated them.
>Finally inserting this concatenation into an appropriate rdf:RDF start and end
>element tag would give something much more presentable.
>Anyone feel like writing such a script? (one could use XSLT but I think that
>would be overkill - but if anyone felt inclined I would take whatever)
>I would then include it in the build process.

FWIW - and my non-chairs opinion only - I know of a number of groups 
working successfully from the current version, using automated tools 
to handle the running of the tests (Euler, E-wallet, Pellet, 
OwlLisaKb, Owlet - at the very least) - I would oppose any attempt to 
change the format at this time when so many people have already 
invested the time in using the LC version

Professor James Hendler
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Received on Wednesday, 23 July 2003 13:50:43 UTC