Bugzilla – Bug 495
fix test case that uses xml:id
Last modified: 2009-04-29 04:55:50 CEST
The http://syntax.whattf.org/relaxng/tests/assertions/valid/001.xhtml test file is now failing, I guess because it uses xml:id, and the latest change in htmlparser (r522 for bug 489) seems to have made xml:id invalid (intentionally?).
The code in bug 489 has nothing to do with this. If xml:id is now invalid; it is a schema change: I can't remember if I've done it intentionally, but let's leave it as invalid.
(In reply to comment #1)
> The code in bug 489 has nothing to do with this. If xml:id is now invalid; it
> is a schema change
Apologies -- it was a false alarm; I filed this initially when I first set up the mechanism for generating the schema drivers, and was testing the changes locally. The cause turned out to be an oversight in the new code; it caused one of the XHTML drivers to get generated incorrectly. I subsequently fixed it and now the test passes again.
> I can't remember if I've done it intentionally, but let's
> leave it as invalid.
Well, it's still actually valid now. At some point I guess there needs to be a decision about whether to explicitly make it invalid or not (and if so, open a new bugzilla issue for it).