I don't think you'd have much luck that way. Volunteering for building up an up-to-date test suite would be much more helpful because that could directly be used for compliance testing.
Jeremias Maerki On 28.11.2007 13:41:25 Vincent Hennebert wrote: > Hi, > > Jeremias Maerki wrote: > <snip/> > >> I’ve sent a request for clarification on xsl-editors@ > > > > Good idea. Due to the lack of a useful XSL test suite that is the only > > way to improve interoperability between implementations. Some day, I'll > > take on this task...... > > Makes me think of it: does anyone know why there are no more graphics in > the Rec illustrating some specification details (except that graphics > are more difficult to create and maintain than text)? That’s the first > thing I’m doing when trying to understand a new one. > > This is like the intent behind some rules: at many places of the spec it > is obvious that a rule was created to achieve a specific rendering; > having the rendering intent together with the rule would greatly help to > understand that latter. I seem to remember that someone told this was > the case in draft pre-versions but that they were removed from the final > version, which is unfortunate. > > Shall I submit those suggestions on [EMAIL PROTECTED] > > Vincent