This is an HTML version of a test manifest. The JSON-LD version of this manifest may be found at manifest.jsonld. The manifest vocabulary is described in the JSON-LD Test Vocabulary (JSON-LD, Turtle) and is based on the RDF Test Vocabulary.
The JSON-LD Test Suite is a set of tests that can be used to verify JSON-LD Processor conformance to the set of specifications that constitute JSON-LD. The goal of the suite is to provide an easy and comprehensive JSON-LD testing solution for developers creating JSON-LD Processors.
The JSON-LD API Specification maintains it's own test suite.
The expected results can be compared using JSON-LD object comparison with the processor output.
Additionally, if the
ordered option is not set, result should be expanded and compared with the expanded expected document also using JSON-LD object comparison.
For NegativeEvaluationTests, the result is a string associated with the expected error code.
processingMode is set explicitly in a test entry,
processingMode is compatible with both
Test results that include a context input presume that the context is provided locally, and not from the referenced location, thus the results will include the content of the context file, rather than a reference.
Developers are encouraged to make a local copy of the test suite (available on GitHub) and simulate the behavior of fetching test files remotely and setting HTTP headers as described in a particular test entry.
If algorithms are invoked with the
ordered flag set to
true, simple JSON Object comparison may be used, as the order of all arrays will be preserved (except for fromRdf, unless the input quads are also ordered). If
false, then the following algorithm will ensure arrays other than values of
@list are compared without regard to order.
JSON-LD Object comparison compares JSON objects, arrays, and values recursively for equality.
@list). Each item within the array must be equivalent to an item in the array being compared to by using the comparison algorithm recursively. For values of
@list, the order of these items is significant.
Note that some tests require re-expansion and comparison, as list values may exist as values of properties that have
@container: @list and the comparison algorithm will not consider ordering significant.
The top-level manifest references the specific test manifests, which in turn reference each test associated with a particular type of behavior. Implementations create their own infrastructure for running the test suite. In particular, the following should be considered:
@list. (This may be difficult for compacted results, where array value ordering is dependent on the associated term definition).
_:b0may continue to use a simple object comparison. Otherwise, implementations should take this into consideration. (One way to do this may be to reduce both results and expected to datsets to extract a bijective mapping of blank node labels between the two datasets as described in RDF Dataset Isomorphism).
If you would like to contribute a new test or a fix to an existing test, please follow these steps:
Distributed under the W3C Test Suite License. To contribute to a W3C Test Suite, see the policies and contribution forms.
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