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Question about new parser tests

Uwe Schindler
Hi,

I wanted to add more tests for my new Open Document parser
(https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/TIKA-172) to the mentioned issue. As
the test needs more binary test documents (odt file for a more complex text
document in OpenOffice 2.0 including tables and links + the identical [sxw]
version for Open Office 1.0, and one further odc file for spreadsheet), I
wanted to know how the best is to generate the patch. Put the java test code
into a standard SVN patch (including the modifications to the already
existing patches) and the extra binary documents together with the target
folder as ZIP file as attachment into the issue?

Uwe

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Re: Question about new parser tests

David Meikle
Hi Uwe,

2008/11/17 Uwe Schindler <[hidden email]>


> I wanted to add more tests for my new Open Document parser
> (https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/TIKA-172) to the mentioned issue.
> As
> the test needs more binary test documents (odt file for a more complex text
> document in OpenOffice 2.0 including tables and links + the identical [sxw]
> version for Open Office 1.0, and one further odc file for spreadsheet), I
> wanted to know how the best is to generate the patch. Put the java test
> code
> into a standard SVN patch (including the modifications to the already
> existing patches) and the extra binary documents together with the target
> folder as ZIP file as attachment into the issue?
>  <[hidden email]>
>

That would be ideal, and is what I normally do too.

Cheers,
Dave