[Mono-devel-list] Re: Analysis of W3C regressions
atsushi at ximian.com
Tue Jun 14 05:05:11 EDT 2005
Ok, as we talked on IRC that number of regression stuff was my
foolish mistake :( Now things should be fixed (actually those
tests just exposed other bugs that used to be there). As long
as I tried existing Test/System.Xml/standalone_tests there is
no regression anymore.
There is still a case that your W3C test says regression,
but am not sure what this means. Here I paste the entire content:
*** Test failed: rmt-e2e-15h type:invalid
Element content can't contain entity reference if replacement text is
character reference to whitespace
Maybe description on what is logged onto "failed.lst" (in README)
would be helpful? :-)
Andrew Skiba wrote:
> Atsushi Eno wrote:
>> I need concrete number unlike just saying "there are regressions".
> I did not just say "there are regressions". I spent few hours on
> debugging, digging svn and creating patch that can be applied to svn
> latest, to find what exactly led to these regressions.
> And concrete number is 62 regressions out of them I know the origin of
> 21, this is revision 41840.
>> For now what I got from r41840 is
> The regressions were introduced by r41840, so you should get r41839 to
> see the difference ;-)
> I attached patch which undoes the r41840, did you try to apply the patch
> to svn latest and run w3c tests? You can see that it's really a part of
> 41840 by issuing
> svn diff -r41839:41840>41840.diff
> then compare 41840.diff to the patch I have sent.
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