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From Andreas Lehmkühler (JIRA) <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] Commented: (PDFBOX-391) Remove or replace troublesome test files
Date Mon, 13 Jul 2009 09:27:18 GMT

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Andreas Lehmkühler commented on PDFBOX-391:
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>From that point of view I agree with you. I'll change that behaviour. But first of all
some of the smaller tests (FDF and encryption) have to be adjusted. Both expect their files
to be there. I'll make that optional too.

> Remove or replace troublesome test files
> ----------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: PDFBOX-391
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/PDFBOX-391
>             Project: PDFBox
>          Issue Type: Sub-task
>            Reporter: Jukka Zitting
>            Priority: Blocker
>             Fix For: 0.8.0-incubator
>
>
> One issue raised by the license review (PDFBOX-366) is the status of the various test
PDF files included in the test directory. Many of these don't seem to come with a license
that would permit redistribution within an Apache project, so our only option seems to be
to remove or replace the files before we can make the first Apache release.
> The full list of potentially (I haven't looked at all of these in detail so some might
be OK for us to keep) troublesome test files is:
>     $ find test -name '*.pdf'
>     test/encryption/encrypted_doc_no_id.pdf
>     test/input/10101-AR.pdf
>     test/input/601501018.pdf
>     test/input/Exolab.pdf
>     test/input/FreedomExpressions.pdf
>     test/input/Garcia2003b__Correlative_exploration_of_EEG_Signals.pdf
>     test/input/Garcia2004_thesis.pdf
>     test/input/Hd301212.pdf
>     test/input/JavaMail-1.2.pdf
>     test/input/Liste732004001452_001_0.pdf_0_.pdf
>     test/input/Michel2001__Review_p2_structured.pdf
>     test/input/News-Oct-2001-RUS.pdf
>     test/input/OLS2000-rsync.pdf
>     test/input/OSP_framework.pdf
>     test/input/SphericalHomeomorphism.pdf
>     test/input/T05140.pdf
>     test/input/TEST_SetCharSpacing_Error.pdf
>     test/input/amyuni2_05d__pdf1_3_acro4x.pdf
>     test/input/authentication.pdf
>     test/input/c21-5916 .pdf
>     test/input/citi-tr-00-4.ps.gz.pdf
>     test/input/connection_pool.pdf
>     test/input/cweb.pdf
>     test/input/data-000001.pdf
>     test/input/defensive_driving_class_schedule.pdf
>     test/input/ekb_deutsch.pdf
>     test/input/emsv4a4.pdf
>     test/input/fdeb.pdf
>     test/input/frweb-f-332-18.pdf
>     test/input/hexnumberproblem.pdf
>     test/input/irs tax guide for small businesses.pdf
>     test/input/jose-lugo-test.pdf
>     test/input/jun2003.pdf
>     test/input/null_thread_bead.pdf
>     test/input/ocalc.pdf
>     test/input/openoffice-test-document.pdf
>     test/input/org.eclipse.platform.doc.isv.pdf
>     test/input/pdf_with_lots_of_fields.pdf
>     test/input/rc5.pdf
>     test/input/reservedparkingsalaryreductionauthorization.pdf
>     test/input/ruminations.pdf
>     test/input/sampleForSpec.pdf
>     test/input/sample_fonts_solidconvertor.pdf
>     test/input/sha256.pdf
>     test/input/simple-openoffice.pdf
>     test/input/surface_interpolation.pdf
>     test/input/tech_report.pdf
>     test/input/terms_and_conditions_book.pdf
>     test/input/test_rotate_270.pdf
>     test/input/warp.pdf
>     test/input/welcome.pdf
>     test/input/whats_new.pdf
>     test/input/yaddatest.pdf
>     test/pdfparser/genko_oc_shiryo1.pdf
>     test/pdfreader/debug.xml.pdf
>     test/pdfreader/excel.pdf
>     test/pdfreader/ollix_test_2005-03-11_bin.pdf
>     test/pdfreader/pdfbox_webpage.pdf
> My suggestion is that (in line with PDFBOX-368) we create a new src/test/resources directory
where we move all reviewed and accepted test cases. Once all these files have been reviewed,
we just drop the remaining ones for which an acceptable license could not be found. It would
be nice if replacements could be created for such test cases, but in some cases (special PDF
constructs, etc.) that might be a bit troublesome so I guess we'll just need to live with
some reduction in test coverage due to this.
> For more background, see the discussions at http://markmail.org/message/z7meilylwifef7db
and http://markmail.org/message/cuyylr6zqs4fwdiz.

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