content/test/unit/isequalnode_data.xml
author Ted Mielczarek <ted.mielczarek@gmail.com>
Tue, 29 Sep 2009 08:31:50 -0400
changeset 33292 5642cd4a7e88fdc016fcd95248cc6109b60be1f8
parent 1 9b2a99adc05e53cd4010de512f50118594756650
permissions -rw-r--r--
bug 518641 - fix the "unify" script to properly handle Java .class files. r=bsmedberg Java .class files and Mach-O fat binaries use the same 4-byte magic number at the start of the file. 'unify' uses the magic number to detect Mach-O binaries, so it chokes on Java .class files. This change makes us use the same heuristic as file(1), which is to check the second 4 bytes in the file. Java class files put a version number there, and Mach-O fat binaries put the number of contained architectures there. Conveniently, Mach defines only 18 architectures, and Java's lowest shipping version number is 43, so there's no overlap in valid values.

<?xml version="1.0" ?>
<!DOCTYPE Test [
  <!ATTLIST test id ID #REQUIRED>
]>

<root>

  <test id="test_setAttribute">
    <foo/>
    <foo/>
  </test>

  <test id="test_normalization">
    <bar/>
    <bar/>
  </test>

  <test id="test_whitespace">

    <!--
      Tests here consist of isEqualNode comparisons of the first and third
      (zero-indexed) child nodes of each test.

      In the typical case this means that the zeroth, second, and fourth
      children are whitespace and the first and third are the nodes being
      compared for equality or inequality.

      In some cases, however, where either node is a Text node, this pattern
      must of necessity be violated.  Examples of such tests include the
      test_text# tests.

      As a result of this, BE CAREFUL NOT TO INTRODUCE STRAY WHITESPACE WHEN
      EDITING THIS FILE.  You have been warned.
    -->

    <test id="test_pi1">
      <?pi data?>
      <?pi data?>
    </test>
    <test id="test_pi2">
      <?pi data?>
      <?pi     data?>
    </test>
    <test id="test_pi3">
      <?pi data?>
      <?pi     data ?>
    </test>
    <test id="test_pi4">
      <?pi ?>
      <?pi       ?>
    </test>
    <test id="test_pi5">
      <?pi?>
      <?pi ?>
    </test>

    <test id="test_elt1">
      <foo></foo>
      <foo> </foo>
    </test>
    <test id="test_elt2">
      <foo></foo>
      <foo>
</foo>
    </test>
    <test id="test_elt3">
      <foo                                ></foo>
      <foo></foo>
    </test>
    <test id="test_elt4">
      <bar xmlns="http://example.com/"/>
      <bar/>
    </test>
    <test id="test_elt5">
      <bar xmlns="http://example.com/"/>
      <bar xmlns="http://example.com"/>
    </test>

    <test id="test_comment1">
      <!--foo-->
      <!--foo-->
    </test>
    <test id="test_comment2">
      <!--foo-->
      <!--foo -->
    </test>
    <test id="test_comment3">
      <!--foo-->
      <!--foo
-->
    </test>
    <test id="test_comment4">
      <!--
foo-->
      <!--
foo-->
    </test>

    <test id="test_text1"><placeholder-dont-move/>
<placeholder-dont-move/>
<placeholder-dont-move/>
    </test>
    <test id="test_text2"><placeholder-dont-move/>
<placeholder-dont-move/> <placeholder-dont-move/>
    </test>
    <test id="test_text3"><placeholder-dont-move/>
<placeholder-dont-move/><![CDATA[
]]>
    </test>

    <test id="test_cdata1">
      <![CDATA[ ]]><placeholder-dont-move/> <placeholder-dont-move/>
    </test>
    <test id="test_cdata2">
      <![CDATA[ ]]>
      <![CDATA[ ]]>
    </test>
    <test id="test_cdata3">
      <![CDATA[ ]]>
      <![CDATA[  ]]>
    </test>
    <test id="test_cdata4">
      <![CDATA[]]>
      <![CDATA[
]]>
    </test>
    <test id="test_cdata5">
      <![CDATA[ ]]>
      <![CDATA[
]]>
    </test>

  </test>

  <test id="test_namespaces">
    <test id="test_ns1">
      <foo xmlns:quiz="http://example.com/"
           quiz:q="fun"/>
      <foo xmlns:f="http://example.com/"
           f:q="fun"/>
    </test>
    <test id="test_ns2">
      <quiz:foo xmlns:quiz="http://example.com/"
           q="fun"/>
      <f:foo xmlns:f="http://example.com/"
           q="fun"/>
    </test>
  </test>

</root>