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Re: [PATCH] gen-classpath-compare


On Wed, Jan 21, 2004 at 07:54:32PM +0100, Gerald Pfeifer wrote:
> On Wed, 14 Jan 2004, Michael Koch wrote:
> >> I feel that now is about time we could/should start considering
> >> CSS for the GCC web pages, and this seems to be a nice application.
> > I would really like it but I dont know enough about CSS to do it.
> > Do you you think we should CSS only for graphical representation,
> > or can we create some nice features with it like hiding a special
> > group of items ?
> 
> I'd start with the former and then see what we can in terms of
> improving presentation later on.
> 
> If you let me know which classes of entries you have in your page/
> tables, and how each of these should be colored, I volunteer to take
> care of providing the CSS side of things and then you'll have to only
> tweak your script a bit.
> 
> Deal?

Deal.


there page is very simple: an explaining text at the top and a big
table. This table shows differences between libgcj and classpath.
Each row contains the class name and type of difference (sometimes with
a link to the diff). There are in general 7 types of differences.

1) class only exist in classpath.
2) class only exist in libgcj.
3) class is VM specific.
4) class is GCJ specific (special case of 2)
5) class exist in both but are not merged.
6) class is merged but there are unexpected differences.
7) class is merged with expected differences.

Totally merged classes are not listed (yet).

Links for diffs only exist for 6 and 7. we dont care about the colors it
just should be clear what classes has what type of difference.


Michael


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