Keiron Liddle wrote:
> There are tests that can be run using the build. (would it be too rude to
> say RTFM).


> Currently only in an early stage and if using the w3c testing suite it
> cause infinite loops.

Some background, so that perhaps you can understand both the depths of my
insanity and and what I am looking for.  As Arved mentioned, I am on the
XML PMC.  I am also on the Jakarta PMC.  As I mentioned, one thing that
drives me batty is projects not talking.  I am not singling out xml-fop.
If you take a moment to check, you will see more than a few
projects than I am more or less following.

If there are any automated tests available, I will gladly run them daily
against the absolute latest versions of Xerces, Xalan, and other
dependencies, and publish the results.  This often has the affect of
identifying integration problems early, which generally makes the culprit
easier to identify and resolve.

An example of that occurred this morning.  The build of fop itself died
with null pointer exceptions in codegen.  While not designed as a
regression test, codegen certainly excersizes some functionallity in Xalan.
The Xalan team has found this valuable information in the past.

So, if you look at the number of projects, that's a lot of FM to RTFM.  But
if you know of any existing automated tests and can point me in somewhat
the right direction, I will try to figure out the rest.  From what I can
tell, the page you pointed me to tells me how to get a new test added.

- Sam Ruby

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