A single XML file as I showed it in my first post. That's more easily processed later when we put this information on the website.
On 19.10.2005 00:22:39 Mark Gaywood wrote: > Hi > > Sorry for the delay, but I've got some clear evenings ahead. > > With the text file (disabled-testcases.txt) are you envisioning a single xml > replacement or one xml for each testcase? > > Mark > > -----Original Message----- > > From: Jeremias Maerki [*mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]<[EMAIL PROTECTED]>] > > > Sent: 15 October 2005 07:52 > > To: email@example.com > > Subject: Re: Volunteer wanted - disabled-testcases.txt in XML > > Only a couple of things to add to what Clay already handled. > > On 15.10.2005 02:02:39 Mark Gaywood wrote: > > > Jeremias, > > > > > > I'm set and ready to, just to be clear and I do apologise for not > > > being on the ball straight away with what must appear to be a trivial > > > task to most of you ,but I hope to up to your speeds and skill very > > > soon. > > > > > > 1. convert the text file into an xml document with previously suggest > > > markup > > Yes. > > > 2. modify decorateWithDisabledList to load the XML document > > Yes. > > > 3. filter the output of decorateWithDisabledList based a lookup passed > > > in? Would it be too much to ask for you give me an example of an input > > > and output for this method? > > The mechanism in use here is the filefilter package from Jakarta Commons IO. > You find the documentation here: * > http://jakarta.apache.org/commons/io/api-release/index.html?org/apache/commons/io/filefilter/package-summary.html > *<http://jakarta.apache.org/commons/io/api-release/index.html?org/apache/commons/io/filefilter/package-summary.html> > > This method doesn't filter the files directly but decorates (See Design > Patterns, "Gang of Four") an existing file filter so that the files listed > in the file you're about to convert to XML won't get returned by the > FileUtils.listFiles() methods (also a Commons IO thing). Basically, you're > building a rule tree here. An example: > > Assume a simple filter: > > IOFileFilter myFilter = new PrefixFileFilter("my"); > > Passed into FileUtils.listFiles() this filter will return all files that > start with "my", i.e. for example "myStuff.txt". > > What you do in decorateWithDisabledList is something like that: > > myFilter = new AndFilter(myFilter, new SuffixFileFilter(".xml")); > > This will create a modified filter which restricts the existing file filter > by adding the rule that all returned files must be XML files, so " > myStuff.txt" wouldn't be returned anymore, but "myCalendar.xml" will still > be returned. > > Basically, you don't modify the filefilter rule at all, just the way the > NameFileFilter in decorateWithDisabledList is constructed. > > Run the whole thing through the debugger once and you'll understand how this > works. > > > 4. create some website with XSLT, Cocoon and Forrest (Nice) > > Yes, if you want to do it. > > > Will I need a password for login for submitting to SVN or would you > > > prefer another method of code submission? > > Just download the code using SVN and create patches as described in: * > http://xmlgraphics.apache.org/fop/dev/#patches*<http://xmlgraphics.apache.org/fop/dev/> > > and > > *http://xmlgraphics.apache.org/fop/dev/tools.html#patches*<http://xmlgraphics.apache.org/fop/dev/tools.html> > > and submit them using Bugzilla as Clay already told you. > > Jeremias Maerki > <'firstname.lastname@example.org'> Jeremias Maerki