[Mono-list] CorCompare XML ready

Andreas Rasmussen andreas@lysator.liu.se
26 Feb 2002 16:17:55 +0100

On Tue, 2002-02-26 at 14:25, Nick Drochak wrote:

> What would be really cool is including the completed items, *and* having
> the nunit tests marking them for failing tests.  That info is good for
> both mono hackers and end users.

Why not do that and even more?
> So, considering there is already concern about the size of the data, and
> there are very few, if any end users right now, I propose we just show
> missing and todo items for now.  We can revisit this later when it's
> more clear what we need.

And concerning the size of the data, why not split it into several
files, doing something like this:

* corMissing.htm   
  Incomplete or missing classes

* corDone.htm      
  Complete classes with failing test or other issues.

* corCompleted.htm
  Complete and fully tested classes.

An overview (in numbers) would also be great!

On Tue, 2002-02-26 at 21:52, Piers Haken wrote:

> I still think using HTTP compress is the way to go for this since we'd
> get a 95% reduction right off the bat. Miguel, do you know if it's
> possible to configure this on the site?

Good idea!

Using 'Content-Encoding: x-gzip' the current file can be reduced to only
4.4% percent of it's original size (which is better than using
'x-compress' that only get it down to about 11%).