[lsb-discuss] libxml2 2.6.27 creates several failures in LSB libxml2 tests

Daniel Veillard veillard at redhat.com
Wed Nov 15 04:02:43 PST 2006


On Tue, Nov 14, 2006 at 03:25:50PM -0500, Jeff Licquia wrote:
> Here are some excerpts from the changelog for libxml2 2.6.27 (as
> delivered by the Debian package with version 2.6.27.dfsg-1):
> 
> > Sun Oct 15 22:31:42 CEST 2006 Daniel Veillard <daniel at veillard.com>
> > 
> >         * parser.c: fix the patch for unreproductable #343000 but
> >           also fix a line/column keeping error
> >         * result/errors/attr1.xml.err result/errors/attr2.xml.err
> >           result/errors/name.xml.err result/errors/name2.xml.err
> >           result/schemas/anyAttr-processContents-err1_0_0.err
> >           result/schemas/bug312957_1_0.err: affected lines in error output
> >           of the regression tests
> 
> > Thu Jul 13 15:03:11 CEST 2006 Kasimier Buchcik <libxml2-cvs at cazic.net>
> > 
> >         * xmlsave.c: Removed the automatic generation of CDATA sections
> >           for the content of the "script" and "style" elements when
> >           serializing XHTML. The issue was reported by Vincent Lefevre,
> >           bug #345147.
> >         * result/xhtml1 result/noent/xhtml1: Adjusted regression test
> >           results due to the serialization change described above.
> 
> > Mon Jun 12 13:23:11 CEST 2006 Kasimier Buchcik <libxml2-cvs at cazic.net>
> > 
> >         * result/pattern/namespaces: Adjusted the result of a
> >           regression test, since the fix of xmlGetNodePath() revealed a
> >           bug in this test result.
> 
> These changes cause the LSB 3.1 libxml2 tests to report the following
> failures:
> 
> XML_0 98 FAIL
> XML_1 98 FAIL
> XML_11 98 FAIL
> XML_2 98 FAIL
> XML_29 3 FAIL
> XML_4 1 FAIL
> XML_4 2 FAIL
> XML_4 6 FAIL
> XML_4 7 FAIL
> 
> (Journal available on request.)
> 
> Any distribution shipping version 2.6.27 or later will run into these
> problems.  To my knowledge, only Debian "etch" is expected to ship this
> way.  IMHO, these failures should be waived.

  Confirmed,

Daniel

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