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From Dave Syer <david_s...@hotmail.com>
Subject Re: Confluence module outstanding issues...
Date Thu, 25 Oct 2007 10:51:04 GMT

I already took that approach with the patch I submitted for DOXIA-169.  The
test actually goes beyond the one for the APT version.  Also, the APT one
uses AptSink to accept output and make assertions about it.  There is no
ConfluenceSink so I used TextSink - which I think is a better approach
anyway because I wouldn't want the test case to tightly couple the *Parser
and *Sink.

I can't write the whole test suite in one go, and I'm not sure why that
would help (all the tests would fail to start with), but we can do it bit by
bit if you like, one feature at a time.


Lukas Theussl-3 wrote:
> 
> Hi Dave,
> 
> I am a currently active doxia committer but I'm not really familiar with 
> the confluence module. If you submit some patches I will review them, 
> what would help me most as a start would be a complete confluence test 
> model test.confluence, to replace the current one in 
> src/test/resources/. It should produce the same text output as the 
> corresponding test files test.apt and test.xml in the apt and xdoc
> modules.
> 
> Cheers,
> -Lukas
> 
> Dave Syer wrote:
>> Is anyone actively involved in developing the Confluence module right
>> now? 
>> Several issues have been raised this week (some by me), but no-one seems
>> to
>> be reviewing them, or working on them.  Some are really trivial.
> 
> 

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