Remove how to write RDF Test Case format, look at RDF Test Cases if you need to!
authorGavin Carothers <>
Tue, 01 May 2012 14:37:12 -0700
changeset 286 edd6ac7020e5
parent 285 f0d8d6c91896
child 287 15318de03ae3
Remove how to write RDF Test Case format, look at RDF Test Cases if you need to!
--- a/rdf-turtle/index.html	Tue May 01 14:20:48 2012 -0700
+++ b/rdf-turtle/index.html	Tue May 01 14:37:12 2012 -0700
@@ -1222,17 +1222,6 @@
             <li>More than one way to represent a single character
-        <section id="n-triples-compatibility"  class="informative">
-          <h3>Compatibility with previous RDF Test Cases N-Triples</h3>
-          <p class="issue">This section is very prescriptive and contains no information not contained above.</p>
-          <p>
-          Full backwards compatibility with RDF Test Cases N-Triples is supported. An RDF Test Cases document written using only absolute IRIs is a valid N-Triples document generating the same triples. Both use <code>\u</code> escape sequences for characters outside US-ASCII and processing will have turned these into the original character. 
-      	  </p>
-          <p>N-Triples is also forwards compatible with existing RDF Test Cases format parsers. A N-Triples document that is serialized into US-ASCII and uses <code>\u</code> escape sequences for any character outside US-ASCII is equivalent to a RDF Test Cases document. In addition the backspace (<code>U+0008</code>) and form feed (<code>U+000C</code>) characters SHOULD be escaped using the <code>\u</code> sequence rather than using <code>\b</code> or <code>\f</code>. Any comments SHOULD also be removed to avoid changes in the locations that comments are allowed. Such a document provided as <code>text/plain</code> is indistinguishable from an RDF Test Cases format document.
-          </p>
-        </section>
         <section id="n-triple-grammar">
           <p>A N-Triples document is a Unicode[[!UNICODE]] character string encoded in UTF-8.