Re: [cellml-discussion] FW: r1756 - pce/trunk/chrome/content/ui

2007-09-19 Thread Andrew Miller
Randall Britten wrote: Don't you think we should put a test in somewhere for this? (Perhaps a manual test for it is already in Litmus?). It is already in Litmus, although we could probably do automated testing of PCEnv too (it requires running Javascript as part of the tests, but Mozilla

Re: [cellml-discussion] Proposal: Standardised CellML real number format

2007-09-19 Thread Alan Garny
Therefore, I think that we need to restrict it down to something like (in regular expression syntax): (\-|)[0-9]+(\.[0-9]+|)(E(-|)[0-9]+|e(-|)[0-9]+|) In other words: An optional - , followed by 1 or more digits from 0 to 9, followed by an optional decimal point (not a comma

Re: [cellml-discussion] CellML Versioning Strategy

2007-09-19 Thread Alan Garny
At the break-away session on the versioning strategy for CellML (which followed the Auckland CellML meeting today) we discussed the future of how we would version CellML, including whether we would put all elements for the next version of CellML in a completely different namespace, or only

Re: [cellml-discussion] Proposal: Standardised CellML real number format

2007-09-19 Thread Andrew Miller
Alan Garny wrote: Therefore, I think that we need to restrict it down to something like (in regular expression syntax): (\-|)[0-9]+(\.[0-9]+|)(E(-|)[0-9]+|e(-|)[0-9]+|) In other words: An optional - , followed by 1 or more digits from 0 to 9, followed by an optional decimal point

Re: [cellml-discussion] CellML Versioning Strategy

2007-09-19 Thread Andrew Miller
Matt Halstead wrote: Otherwise, Matt wrote: ... You might want to scan a document to see what versions the model conforms up to, but one of the nice things about pushing these new elements/attributes into new namespaces is that you can still treat a model as say 1.1 even if it contains

Re: [cellml-discussion] CellML Versioning Strategy

2007-09-19 Thread Andrew Miller
Alan Garny wrote: At the break-away session on the versioning strategy for CellML (which followed the Auckland CellML meeting today) we discussed the future of how we would version CellML, including whether we would put all elements for the next version of CellML in a completely different