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* Copyright (c) 2014, the Dart project authors. Please see the AUTHORS file
* for details. All rights reserved. Use of this source code is governed by a
* BSD-style license that can be found in the LICENSE file.
* @assertion
* @description Test for <a href="">bug 12340</a>:
* XPath name() function doesn't work with nodes and attributes in null namespace.
import "dart:html";
import "../../../Utils/expect.dart";
void main() {
XPathEvaluator evaluator=new XPathEvaluator();
String strXML = '<doc><record/><record/><record/><record/><record foo="a-a"/></doc>';
Document doc = (new DomParser()).parseFromString(strXML, "text/xml");
// This matches in both Firefox and WebKit, which indicates that
// XPathEvaluator does not normalize the document.
(doc.firstChild.childNodes[0] as Element).setAttributeNS("bar", "foo", "-a-");
// This doesn't match.
(doc.firstChild.childNodes[1] as Element).setAttributeNS("bar", "b:foo", "-a-");
// These both match, too.
(doc.firstChild.childNodes[2] as Element).setAttributeNS("", "foo", "-a-");
(doc.firstChild.childNodes[3] as Element).setAttributeNS(null, "foo", "-a-");
// The last (static) record matches, of course.
var xpe = new XPathEvaluator();
var objResult = xpe.evaluate("//@*[name()='foo']", doc, null, 0, null);
var itm = null;
var objNodes = [];
while ((itm = objResult.iterateNext())!=null)
Expect.equals(4, objNodes.length);