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-- Radomir Dopieralski, 2007-Nov-21
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"Yes" as in "all of the above"? This is quite a lot of work.
-- RadomirDopieralski, 2007-Nov-21
Yes, we should have some common sense here. A reference implementation should be easy to use and easy to grasp, be it with a good interface, clear code, good comments, good usage examples and/or good external documentation.
A mathematical proof of correctness would be difficult with the lack of precision of Creole 1.0.
-- [[YvesPiguet]], 2007-Nov-21
As I see it, a reference implementation would only have to output a DOM tree in some form (XML?), so that it could be compared with the output of the application I'm developing and want to test. It doesn't need to be fast or efficient, but it would be nice if it had a lot of options in all those parts where the spec allows flexibility. I'm not sure whether I care about how clear the source code is or what language it is written in, as long as I can run it from my unit tests.
A perfect solution would be a "validator", that would take Creole and parsed HTML as input, and find parsing errors. I'm not sure whether it's even possible, but that would be the "reference implementation" of my dreams.
-- RadomirDopieralski, 2007-Nov-28
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5 28-Nov-2007 07:05 1.71 kB RadomirDopieralski to previous what reference implementation I'd love to have
4 21-Nov-2007 20:22 0.965 kB YvesPiguet to previous | to last
3 21-Nov-2007 17:56 0.604 kB to previous | to last everything?
2 21-Nov-2007 00:36 0.505 kB YvesPiguet to previous | to last yes
1 21-Nov-2007 00:05 0.461 kB RadomirDopieralski to last what's in a "documentation"
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