[webkit-dev] Re: KDE JS tests where Firefox disagrees

George Staikos staikos at kde.org
Thu Dec 29 08:10:41 PST 2005

On Tuesday 27 December 2005 22:00, Maciej Stachowiak wrote:

> parse.js
> ---------
> Firefox fails to parse this. So does Mac IE. What is the evidence
> that it should parse?

  Hopefully Harri can answer this.  He has found some interesting cases in the 

> math.js
> ------------
> FAIL String()+Math.LOG10E should be 0.43429448190325176. Was
> 0.4342944819032518
> (possibly slight difference in numeric output? can't tell if the spec
> has an opinion on this)

  Yeah we probably can't exactly match precision to that level in any sort of 
portable way without reimplementing floating point in software.

> evil-n.js
> ---------
> parses successfully, desipte the -n.js ending
> FAIL (new Error()).message should be undefined. Was
> (I think this test is just plain wrong and should be removed)

  I came to the same conclusion, but again I think we need more info from 
Harri.  (Or whoever found this.)

George Staikos
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