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[Gnash-dev] Testcases needed for html edittext

From: dolphinling
Subject: [Gnash-dev] Testcases needed for html edittext
Date: Wed, 23 May 2007 03:49:13 -0400
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I'd like to try implementing html support in edittext. Alexis' SWF Reference has a section on what's supported by the proprietary player:

However, it doesn't say what the propriety player does with invalid texts. If we want compatibility, that's a very important thing to know.

So does anyone know where I could find out what the proprietary player does with, say, an unclosed <i> tag, or misnested tags, like <i>text<b>text</i>text</b> ?

If there's nowhere online already, I'd be happy to make up a big list of things to be tested (this would be a VERY big list... it's amazing how many ways HTML can be invalid). However, I'd need someone else to make the actual tests and run them, since I don't know how to use any swf creation software.

A small sample of the TYPES of things I'd need tested:

<i unfinished tag</i>
<i>unclosed i element
<i>mis-<b>nested</i> tags</b>
<i><b>unclosed element inside closed element</i> more text
<a href="";><li>list in a hyperlink</li></a>
<a href=>unquoted attribute with
non-alphanumeric chars</a>
<i>close tag for non-open element</b></i>
<xx>invalid element</xx>
<i><xx>invalid element in italics</xx></i>
<xx><i>italics in invalid element</i></xx>


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