Date: $Date: 2004/02/05 20:12:07 $
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As a reminder:
The DOM TS (DOM Test Suite) aims at helping implementors to write applications that support the DOM specifications. In no way are these conformance tests in the sense of providing companies or institutions with certification of DOM support. The only claim that could be made is that a particular implementation is conformant to a particular version of the DOM TS.
The DOM Level 3 Load and Save test suite contains ? tests, as of January 8, 2004. To build and run a DOM test suite, see Test suites.
Disclaimer: The implementations presented on this page were tested during the development of the specification and may contain imperfections.
Not supported: external resource resolution & loading, validation (optional), asynchronous LSParsers (optional), format-pretty-print. Future versions may support external entities and pretty-printing; the others are unlikely.
pxdom supports the Character Normalization where the native language libraries contain the functionality - unicodedata.normalize in Python 2.3+.
Requiring all DOMs support character normalization even on platforms where such libraries are not easily available is not desirable - and I'm not convinced the feature should be 'on if supported' by default in LSSerializer, either. But including it as an optional feature does no harm.