Here’s a quick update on where we stand, with the latest cvs version of WebKit:
DOM (in HTML pages)
|DOM Level 1 Core (html)||238 total||226 passed||95.0% success|
|DOM Level 2 Core (html)||11 total (1)||11 passed||100% success|
|DOM Level 2 Events (html)||26 total||26 passed||100% success|
|DOM Level 2 HTML (html)||685 total||680 passed||99.3% success|
DOM (in XHTML pages)
Note, this section applies only to XHTML pages served with an XHTML mime type. This doesn’t apply to most XHTML pages on the web today. But we’d to be forward-looking and so we’re doing our best to make XHTML and XML work really well in the WebKit engine.
|DOM Level 1 Core||238 total||212 passed||89.1% success|
|DOM Level 2 Core||11 total (1)||7 passed||63.8% success|
|DOM Level 2 Events (xhtml)||26 total||26 passed||100% success|
|DOM Level 2 HTML (xhtml)||687 total||597 passed||86.9% success|
|DOM Level 3 Core (xhtml) (2)||708 total||78 passed||11.0% success|
In closing, I’d like to add that even though we’re not yet passing all the DOM test suites, on many we are actually doing better than most other browsers, and we’re actively working to do even better.
1: A lot of the DOM Level 2 Core tests are not available in HTML standalone versions yet – we’re working with the W3 Consorium’s QA working group on this.
2: DOM Level 3 support is completely experimental – we haven’t really made a full-on attempt to work on it yet.