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URL tests ~~~~~~~~~ THIS REPOSITORY IS OBSOLETE! Test data are merged into another repository: <https://github.com/wakaba/tests-web/tree/master/url/parsing>. This repository contains a number of test data for URL parsing, resolution, and canonicalization as performed by Web browsers, developed in 2011 along with Perl Web::URL module. * Spec - spec.txt * Tests - data/*.dat - URL canonicalization tests (See data/README for more info) - data/generated/*.dat - IDN in URL canonicalization tests - browsers/*.html - Test harnesses for testing your browser * Test results of browsers - URL canonicalization tests (about 5000) -- <https://suika.fam.cx/gate/test-results/list/url-canon-20110731/all> - Query character encoding tests (28) -- <https://suika.fam.cx/gate/test-results/list/url-canon-20110731-charsets/all> - IDN canonicalization tests (about 14000) -- <https://suika.fam.cx/gate/test-results/list/url-canon-20110731-idn/all> * Unicode version Unicode version of test results depend on the Unicode version implemented by Perl used to generate test results. You can upgrade or degrade the Unicode version of test results by regenerating them with appropriate version of Perl. At the time of writing (August, 2012), the test results in the repository is generated by Perl 5.14.2, which supports Unicode 6.0.0. * Development Latest version of the test suite is available at <https://github.com/wakaba/tests-web-url>. This test suite has first been developed in another repository <https://github.com/wakaba/perl-weburl> in 2011 and then split into different repositories. * Author Wakaba <email@example.com>. * License You are granted a license to use, reproduce and create derivative works of these test data.