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# Report of Ghostscript's conformance against the Quality Logic CET suite
# $Id: pscet_status.txt 7833 2007-04-08 17:55:40Z leonardo $
#
Test	 Status	Comments

08-04-	 AOK	This test is intentionally printer specific and is for information
		only. Ghostscript completes all pages properly.

09-01-1  OK	Fixed with gs_cet.ps initialization file
		Default initial condition differs for currentblackgeneration and the
		type and global of the default procedure differ.

09-01-2  OK	Verified visually against Tek hardcopy. RJJ
		matches CPSI.

09-02-1  OK	Fixed rev 7102. RJJ

09-02-2  OK	Colors corrected by rev 7172, fixed by rev. 7201

09-02-3  OK	Corrected by 7152 and 7162.  ADC

09-02-4  OK	Corrected by 7152 and 7162.  ADC

09-02-5  OK	

09-03-1  OK	Fixed rev 7102. RJJ
		cpsi/09-03-1 is bogus. Acrobat 7 output obtained.

09-03-2  OK	Fixed rev 7102. RJJ
		cpsi/09-03-2  missing. Acrobat 7 output obtained.

09-03-3  OK	Fixed by rev. 7202

09-03-4  OK	Fixed rev 7102. RJJ
		cpsi/09-03-4  missing. Acrobat 7 output obtained.

09-03-5  OK	Verified visually against Tek hardcopy. RJJ
		cpsi/09-03-5  missing. Acrobat 7 output obtained.

09-03-6  OK	Verified visually against Tek hardcopy. RJJ
		cpsi/09-03-6  missing. Acrobat 7 output obtained.

09-03-7  OK	Verified visually against Tek hardcopy. RJJ
		cpsi/09-03-7  missing. Acrobat 7 output obtained.

09-03-8  OK	Fixed rev 7159.
		cpsi/09-03-8  missing. Acrobat 7 output obtained.

09-03-9  OK	
		cpsi/09-03-9  missing. Acrobat 7 output obtained.

09-04-1	 OK	

09-04-2  OK	

09-05-1  DIFF	Device Dependent: GS, CPSI and Tek hardcopy all different.
		probably can be made "closer" using gs_cet.ps assign Ray.

09-05-2  OK	Device Dependent: GS matches Tek hardcopy. RJJ

09-05-3  OK	Device Dependent: GS matches Tek hardcopy. RJJ

09-05-4  OK	Device Dependent: GS matches Tek hardcopy. RJJ

09-05-5  OK	Device Dependent: GS matches Tek hardcopy. RJJ

09-05-6  OK	Device Dependent: GS matches Tek hardcopy after fixed by rev. 7203
		(CPSI much different)

09-05-7  OK	Device Dependent: GS matches Tek hardcopy. RJJ

09-05-8  OK	

09-06-1  OK  	Fixed in rev. 7162. - Alex and RJJ

09-06-2	 OK  	Fixed in rev. 7162. - Alex and RJJ

09-06-3	 OK  	Fixed rev. 7159 and 7162. - Alex and RJJ

09-06-4  OK	Fixed in rev. 7162. - Alex and RJJ

09-06-5	 OK  	Fixed in rev. 7162. - Alex and RJJ

09-07-1  OK 	Rev. 7207 changes Ghostscript to match Tek. 
                The attributes of the arrays returned by currentcolortransfer
                vary between PS interpreters. PLRM doesn't require any
                particular attributes. Initial graphic state is created by an OEM,
                not Adobe.

09-07-2  OK	

09-07-3  OK	

09-07-4  OK	

09-08-1  OK  	Fixed in rev. 7207

09-08-2  OK	

09-08-3  OK	

09-09-1  OK	Device Dependent: GS matches Tek hardcopy. CPSI always uses setflat == 1.
		GS clamps setflat value minimum as 0.2 and maximum at 100.0 same as Tek.

09-09-2  OK	Device Dependent: GS matches Tek hardcopy. CPSI always uses setflat == 1.
		GS clamps setflat value minimum as 0.2 and maximum at 100.0 same as Tek.

09-09-3  OK	

09-10-1  OK	Fixed rev 7102. RJJ

09-10-2  OK	"0" vs. "0.0" is fixed in rev. 7186.

09-10-3  OK	Fixed rev 7102. RJJ

09-10-4  OK	Colors corrected by rev 7172.

09-10-5  OK	

09-11-1  AOK	GS has different small numbers near zero (e-5) than CPSI Tek has 0.0

09-11-2  OK	Corrected by revision 7162 (Alex). - ADC

09-11-3  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

09-11-4  OK	

09-11-5  AOK	Implementation dependent: Tek and CPSI and GS all different. GS does
		match 09-11-7 (Test B3) as the test comments state.

09-11-6  OK	

09-11-7  AOK	Implementation dependent: Tek and CPSI and GS all different. GS does
		match 09-11-5 (Test B1) as the test comments state.

09-11-8  OK	

09-11-9  OK	

09-12-1  AOK	Device Dependent. Every device has its own initial halftone. 
		Rev. 7208 makes currenthalftone return a read-only dictionary.
		Adding a HalftoneType 9 as the Default entry to Resource/Halftone
		path allows us to match Tek. Halftone isn't used with contone anyway.

09-12-2  AOK	Device Dependent, Resolution dependent. Tek and CPSI differ
		GS matches Tek hardcopy for SYNTAX 1 at 300dpi, SYNTAX 2
		GS prints /Angle = 0, Tek shows /Angle = 0.0

09-12-3  OK	GS matches Tek hardcopy. CPSI much different.

09-12-4  OK	Resolution and Orientation dependent: GS matches Tek hardcopy at 300
		dpi landscape.

09-12-5  OK	GS at 300 dpi matches Tek hardcopy and checksum. Resolution dependent. 

09-12-6  OK	Resolution and Orientation dependent: GS matches Tek hardcopy at 300
		dpi landscape.

09-12-7  OK	Resolution and Orientation dependent: GS matches Tek hardcopy at 300
		dpi landscape.

09-12-8  OK	GS matches Tek hardcopy. CPSI much different.

09-12-9  OK	

09-13-1  OK	Fixed rev 7102. RJJ

09-13-2  OK	Fixed again by rev 7215 after rev 7124 caused problem. Matches Tek
		harcopy.

09-13-3  OK	Fixed rev 7102. RJJ

09-13-4  OK	

09-13-5  OK	

09-14-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

09-14-2  OK	

09-15-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

09-15-2  OK	

09-16-1  OK	

09-16-2  OK	

09-16-3  OK	

09-17-1  OK	

09-17-2  OK	

09-17-3  OK	

09-18-1  OK	

09-18-2  OK	

09-19-1	 OK	Fixed rev 7102. RJJ

09-19-2	 OK  	GS matches Tek hardcopy. CPSI gives 0.63 'B' value on first line of
		third group -- Tek is probably correct. "0" vs. "0.0" is fixed in rev. 7186.

09-19-3	 OK	Fixed rev 7102. RJJ

09-19-4	 OK	

09-19-4	 OK	

09-19-5	 OK	

09-20-1  AOK	Device Dependent: different default screen (OK)
		GS matches Tek on the rest.

09-20-2  OK	Device Dependent: Matches Tek hardcopy and checksum. RJJ

09-20-3  OK	Device Dependent: Matches Tek hardcopy and checksum. RJJ

09-20-4  DIFF	Device Dependent, Resolution dependent. Tek and CPSI differ
		GS almost matches Tek hardcopy except "Actual Angle" when
		AccurateScreens=true is 100.6 for GS (100.0 for Tek) and
		GS shows "100 27" instead of "100.0 27.0" Assign: Ray

09-20-5  OK	

09-21-1  OK	

09-21-2  OK	

09-21-3  OK	

09-22-1  OK  	Rev. 7207 changes Ghostscript to match Tek. 
                See 09-07-01 for details.

09-22-2  OK	

09-22-3  OK	

09-22-4  OK	

09-23-1  OK	Fixed by gs_cet.ps RJJ

09-23-2  OK	

09-24-1  OK	

09-24-2  OK	Fixed by rev 7617.

09-24-3  OK	Fixed by r7123.

09-24-4  OK	

09-25-1  OK	

09-25-2  OK	Fixed by rev 7617.

09-25-3  OK	Fixed by r7123.

09-25-4  OK	

09-26-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

09-26-2  OK	Fixed by rev 7617.

09-26-3  OK	Fixed by r7123. Color corrected by rev 7172.

09-26-4  OK	

09-27-1  AOK	GS has different small numbers near zero (e-5) than CPSI Tek has 0.0
		Device Dependent.

09-27-2  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

09-27-3  OK	Fixed by rev 7617.

09-27-4  OK	Fixed by r7123. Color corrected by rev 7172.

09-27-5  OK	

09-28-1	 AOK 	Ghostscript is different from both Tek and PhotoPrint but
		matches Distiller 5. Tek doesn't reset the dash array at
                initgraphics. PhotoPrint redefines halftone operators as no-op,
                which affects the test results.  Fixed by rev. 7792. - Alex

09-28-2  OK	Fixed as of rev. 7211

09-28-3  OK	Fixed by rev 7617.

09-28-4  OK	Imagemask -- Fixed by r7123. Tek and AD7 output differ.

09-28-5	 OK	Matches Tek hardcopy output. RJJ

09-29-1  AOK	Device Dependent: GS has ProcessColorModel /DeviceRGB, Tek has non-standard
		/DeviceCMY. GS matches Tek if BG, UCR set the same and ProcessColorModel is
		forced to /DeviceCMY. CPSI shows ProcessColorModel /DeviceN.  DeviceRGB
		values fixed in rev. 7216

09-29-2  OK	Fixed by rev 7617.

09-29-3  OK	Imagemask -- Fixed by r7123. Tek and AD7 output differ.

09-29-4  OK	

09-30-1  OK	Colors corrected by rev 7172.

09-30-2  OK  	Error reports are fixed in rev. 7138. - Alex

09-30-3  OK	Colors corrected by rev 7172.	Fixed by rev 7617.

09-30-4  OK	Fixed by r7123. Color corrected by rev 7172.

09-30-5  OK	

09-31-1  OK	Matches Tek hardcopy output. RJJ
		cpsi/09-31-1  bogus. Acrobat 7 output obtained.

09-31-10  OK	Matches Tek hardcopy output. RJJ
		cpsi/09-31-10  missing. Acrobat 7 output obtained.

09-31-2  OK	Matches Tek hardcopy output. RJJ
		cpsi/09-31-2  missing. Acrobat 7 output obtained.

09-31-3  OK	Matches Tek hardcopy output. RJJ
		cpsi/09-31-3  missing. Acrobat 7 output obtained.

09-31-4  AOK	GS Matches Acrobat 7 output. Tek output has small dark rectangles
		that are not correct.
		cpsi/09-31-4  missing. Acrobat 7 output obtained.

09-31-5  OK	Matches Tek hardcopy output. RJJ
		cpsi/09-31-5  missing. Acrobat 7 output obtained.

09-31-6  OK	Fixed revs 7159 and 7187.
		NOTE: AD7 gets limitcheck as pre-7159 GS and matches that GS output.
		cpsi/09-31-6  missing. Acrobat 7 output obtained.

09-31-7  OK	Matches Tek hardcopy output. RJJ
		cpsi/09-31-7  missing. Acrobat 7 output obtained.

09-31-8  OK	Fixed by rev 7617.
		cpsi/09-31-8  missing. Acrobat 7 output obtained.

09-31-9  OK	Matches Tek hardcopy output. RJJ
		cpsi/09-31-9  missing. Acrobat 7 output obtained.

09-32-1	 OK	Verified visually against Tek hardcopy by Sabrina / RJJ
		cpsi/09-32-1  missing. Acrobat 7 output obtained.

09-32-2  OK  	Error codes are adjusted to match the checksum. rev. 7167 - Alex
		cpsi/09-32-2  missing. Acrobat 7 output obtained.

09-32-3	 OK	Fixed by rev 7617.
		cpsi/09-32-3  missing. Acrobat 7 output obtained.

09-32-4  OK	Matches Tek hardcopy output. RJJ
		cpsi/09-32-4  missing. Acrobat 7 output obtained.

09-32-5	 OK	Verified visually against Tek hardcopy by Sabrina / RJJ
		cpsi/09-32-5  missing. Acrobat 7 output obtained (but differs).

09-33-1  OK	

09-33-2  OK	Matches Tek hardcopy output. RJJ

09-33-3  OK	Fixed by rev 7617.

09-33-4  OK	Fixed by r7123. Color corrected by rev 7172.

09-33-5  OK	Fixed rev. 7217

09-34-1  OK	Matches Tek hardcopy output. RJJ

09-34-10  OK	Matches Tek hardcopy output. RJJ
		cpsi/09-34-10  missing

09-34-11  OK	Matches Tek hardcopy output. RJJ
		cpsi/09-34-11  missing

09-34-12  AOK	GS has smooth gradients, Tek hardcopy has dark gray stripe up
		middle of gradients. GS matches AD7
		I found that once I set embedded an sRGB colorrendering
		dictionary, which is what AD7 uses for RGB matching,
		GS and AD7 were nearly a perfect match. There was only
		one relatively small rectangle area pointed out by cmpi in a
		single ramp ( the CIEDefg [ffff] row). It appears that the TEK
		output is the one that is incorrect. TIM
		cpsi/09-34-12  missing

09-34-13  OK	Fixed revs 7159 and 7187.
		cpsi/09-34-13  missing

09-34-14  OK	Matches Tek hardcopy output. RJJ
		cpsi/09-34-14  missing

09-34-15 AOK	Mostly matches Tek hardcopy output. GS has smooth gradients, Tek
		has dark gray stripe in middle of 8th row. GS matched AD7
		--
		In my tests with GS, AD5 as well as the AD7 output, none show
		the dark gray stripe mentioned. It is my opinion that TEK is the
		one that is failing. TIM
		cpsi/09-34-15  missing

09-34-16  AOK	GS missing some graphics seen on Tek hardcopy. 
		Probably RGB vs. CMYK device color - RJJ.
		I do not understand Ray's comment.  Using the ppmraw device, I
		see all of the graphics at the right side of the page.  Please
		note that the appearance of this page depends upon the process
		color model of the output device.  The page uses spot colors.
		Thus the appearance of the page depends upon how the device
		treats spot colors.  One of the spot color is called C1 and it
		is white.  The C1 spot color is printed on top of the lower four
		graphics.  Thus if the output device supports spot colors then
		this results in a white appearance for this section of the page.
		The GS tiffsep device (which supports spot colors) shows this
		section of the page as being white.  The tiffsep device also
		produces a separation for the C1 spot color which shows the area
		covered by this ink.  Devices which do not support spot colors
		use the tint transform function to convert the spot colors into
		process colors.  Logically the tint tranform functions should
		produced the same appearance as the spot colors.  However this is
		not the case with this page.  Thus devices which do not support
		spot colors such as the ppmraw (process color model = DeviceRGB)
		or the tiff32nc (device process color = DeviceCMYK only) use the
		tint transform functions are producing different appearances.
		The same effect can be seen with Distiller/Acrobat 7.0.  The
		presence of the spot colors can be examined with the 'Output
		Preview' feature.  Disabling the 'Overprint Preview' changes
		the process color model of Acrobat to DeviceRGB.  This forces
		the use of the tint transform functions by Acrobat.  The
		'missing' graphics then appear.
		cpsi/09-34-16  missing

09-34-17  OK	Fixed by rev 7617.
		cpsi/09-34-17  missing

09-34-18  OK	Fixed by r7123.
		cpsi/09-34-18  missing

09-34-19  OK	Matches Tek hardcopy output. RJJ
		cpsi/09-34-19  missing

09-34-2  AOK	GS has Yellow graphic, Tek shows Red for 'SeparateUnBlue setcolorspace'
		(right of "1.0" text). Probably RGB vs. CMYK device color
		NOTE: AD7 and Tek hardcopy output differ in same areas. - RJJ
		Distiller/Acrobat 7.0 differ on four graphics.  These are the five below
		the text that says "( /HIVAL 4095 def )".  Distiller/Acrobat shows the
		first four of these as a grayish shade.  The fifth is a paler shade of
		gray.  GS shows these as black, gray, burgandy, brown, and red respectively.
		- ADC. 
		From what I can see the yellow graphic that GS creates is
		correct. The color space is aptly named "SeparateUnblue" (see
		further below), since "un-blue" is yellow, this lead me to
		believe yellow is what should be produced. Upon further digging
		into the color space and putting some debug messages in the
		tintTransform procedure, it also seems to be correct. From what
		I can see the tint tintTransform procedure takes the blue value
		and does some math on it to vary it in the range of 0.0 to 1.0.
		It also places two ones on the stack just ahead of this blue
		value so that all values passed to the /DeviceRGB are in the
		range 1,1,0 to 1,1,1, which are various shades of yellow.
		--
		When I first did this I didn't know about the AD7 output... This
		further verifies that the yellow is correct as AD7 matches GS
		for this part of the job.
		--
		There is a second unresolved issue below the section that says
		"/HIVAL 4095 def". I believe again that the four non-matching
		graphics produced by GS are correct. For example...
		--
		The burgandy and brown are produced by the following code, respectively:
		/HIVAL 4095 def
		...
		(gs Indexed_RGB_Proc setcolorspace 2048 setcolor Q)
		(gs Indexed_RGB_Proc setcolorspace 3072 setcolor Q)
		With the following colorspace definition:
		/Indexed_RGB_Proc
		{
			[
				/Indexed
				/DeviceRGB
				HIVAL
				{
					dup
					HIVAL
					div
					exch
					HIVAL
					2
					idiv
					dup
					2
					index
					exch
					mod
					exch
					div
					exch
					HIVAL
					3
					idiv
					dup
					3
					-1
					roll
					exch
					mod
					exch
					div
				}
			]
		}
		def
		--
		Basically this space produces as output RGB values where the B's
		that are split into 3 ranges by B_out= ( Value_in mod (HIVAL/3)
		) / (HIVAL/3), G's that are split into 2 ranges by G_out =
		(Value_in mod (HIVAL/2) ) / (HIVAL/ 2) and the R's are in one
		range by R_out = Value_in / HIVAL. So a input value of 1/2 of
		the input range (determined by HIVAL) produces an output of
		roughly R=0.5, G=0, B=0.5. An input value of .75 of the input
		range produces and output of roughly R=.74,G=.5,B=.25
		--
		I modified the colorspace to dump the stack at the end of its
		number crunching tintTransform procedure. I printed out the
		values for the burgandy and brown graphic sections and here is
		what I got back.
		--
		2048 setcolor
		0.500366	// B
		0.00048852	// G
		0.500122	// R
		Which is the burgandy color mentioned.
		--
		3072 setcolor
		0.250549	// B
		0.500733	// G
		0.750183	// R
		Which is the brown color mentioned.
		This verified to me that GS is doing the right thing. TIM
		cps/09-34-2  missing

09-34-3  AOK	GS RGB has missing graphic, Tek shows Cyan for 'SeparateUncyan setcolorspace'
		(right of "1.0" text). GS matches Tek if Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black
		Separation colorspaces are known, as with the 'tiffsep' device. A printer
		that is CMYK will usually have the Separations available for overprint
		effects. RJJ
		-
		NOTE: AD7 and Tek hardcopy output differ in same areas. RJJ
		GS produces output matching Tektronix if 'tiffsep' device since this
		device does not use the tint transform on /Cyan separation used in the
		SeparationUncyan section.
		-
		The 'SeparateUncyan' issue is another example of a separation color space
		which (intentionally ?) has a tint transform function which produces different
		colors when it is used.  Thus the output depends upon whether or not the tint
		transform function is used.  This can be seen by disabling the 'Overprint
		Preview' feature in Acrobat 7.0.  GS produces results which are consistent with
		Acrobat for both cases. (this is expected). ADC
		cpsi/09-34-3  missing

09-34-4  OK	Matches Tek hardcopy output. RJJ
		cpsi/09-34-4  missing

09-34-5  OK	Matches Tek hardcopy output. RJJ
		cpsi/09-34-5  missing

09-34-6  AOK 	GS matches graphics colors, but the code equivalent to
		/Pattern setcolorspace 16 16 true matrix { (jihad) } imagemask
                leaves imagemask operands on the stack on Adobe interpreters.
                This is an obvious bug that we don't want in Ghostscript.
		cpsi/09-34-6  missing

09-34-7  AOK	GS has different 'currentcolor' results and different color graphics
		Probably RGB vs. CMYK device color
		NOTE: AD7 and Tek hardcopy output differ in same areas. - RJJ
		There are two issues with this page.  The first issue is the colors of
		of the various graphics on the page.   The page has spot colors.  It
		also has tint transform functions which do not provide logically
		consistent results.  Thus the appearance of the graphics depend upon
		if the tint transform functions are being used.  The results with GS
		match the results from Acrobat 7.0 as expected.
		The second issue (which is a problem) is that the currentcolor value
		for the CIEBasedDEFG differs.  The graphic for the same line is also
		missing (which is probably related.) - ADC
		--
		The differences were releated to the colorrendering dictionary
		in use. When I embedded an sRGB CRD the output matched AD5/AD7. TIM
		cpsi/09-34-7  missing

09-34-8  OK	Matches Tek hardcopy output. RJJ
		cpsi/09-34-8  missing

09-34-9  OK	Matches Tek hardcopy output. RJJ
		cpsi/09-34-9  missing

09-35-1  OK	Matches Tek hardcopy output. RJJ

09-35-2  OK	Color difference (cmpi -c25 is OK, -c24 detects all pixels differ), 
		otherwise fixed by rev 7617.
		Presumed to match Tek (different inks, etc.) since this test uses
		'setcolortransfer' which is ignored by CPSI. RJJ

09-35-3  OK	Fixed by r7123.

09-35-4  OK	Minor color difference.

09-36-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

09-36-2  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

09-36-3  OK	Fixed by rev. 7226

09-36-4  NF	Dash pattern differences with GS.
		Analyzed by Igor. 
                -
                GS rounds coordinates to 1/256th of a pixel.
		Due to that, when a curve is converted into a polygon,
		its vertices are rounded, and therefore the length
		of the polygon becomes few bigger than the ideal polygon.
		Then applying the dash, it covers a smaller part
		of the polygon than with CPSI.
		-
		One possible solution is :
		Add floating coordinates to path segments.
		The floating coordinates duplicate fixed ones,
		and used only for computing the segment length.
		The old fixed coordinated are used for anything else
		as they do now.

09-36-5  DIFF	In "Technical Paths", Ghostscript differs a lot, combination
		of 09-24-2 linecap linejoin issues and dash issues. Defer 
		this until after 09-24-2 is addressed.  
		Need CPSI for investigations.
		Assign: Ray

09-36-6  OK	Fixed by r7123.

09-36-7  OK	Fixed as of r7500.

09-37-1  AOK	GS similar to Tek, but the value at which polygon edges changes from
		16 to 8 differs (GS at 53, Tek at 19). Also Tek changes from 'smooth'
		to 16 at 5, GS at 13. CPSI fixed to implement setflat changes from
		smooth to 16 sides at 9 (GS at 13), CPSI never has less than 16 sides.
		Resolution dependent (spec is 'output device pixels') and PLRM 3rd ed
		states "If the flatness parameter is large enough to cause visible
		straight line segments to appear, the result is unpredictable."
		When GS is run at 300 dpi (same resolution as Tek), the transition
		from smooth to 16 sides is at 7 (vs. 5 on the Tek) and from 16 to 8
		sides at 27 (vs. 19 on the Tek).
		-
		Since Tek and CPSI differ, and GS generally uses more line segments,
		the GS output conforms and is superior to the Tek output.

09-37-10  OK	GS matches Tek and CPSI output now matches Tek (12/04/06).
		Imagemask turkey fixed by r7123.

09-37-11  OK	Matches Tek hardcopy output. RJJ

09-37-2  OK	Matches Tek hardcopy output. RJJ

09-37-3  OK	Matches Tek hardcopy output. RJJ

09-37-4  AOK	GS similar to Tek, but the value at which polygon edges changes to
		very coarse differs (GS at 73, Tek at 23). Also Tek changes from 'smooth'
		to bumpy at 5, GS at 19. When GS is run at 300 dpi, the transitions
		from smooth to bumpy is at 11, and from bumpy to very coarse at 39.
		Resolution dependent (spec is 'output device pixels'). CPSI fixed to
		implement setflat transitions to bumpy at 13 and to coarse at 33.
		-
		Since Tek and CPSI differ, and GS generally uses more line segments,
		the GS output conforms and is superior to the Tek output.

09-37-5  OK	Matches Tek hardcopy output. RJJ

09-37-6  OK	Very small fill differences. RJJ

09-37-7  OK	Very small fill differences. RJJ (CPSI ignores setflat, GS
		similar to Tek hardcopy)

09-37-8  DIFF	GS similar to Tek, but GS differs in the exact polygon shapes.
		Resolution dependent (spec is 'output device pixels'). GS at 300
		dpi has less edges on large outline in top two images. CPSI (at
		600 dpi) also smoother than GS on top two outlines.
		assign: Ray

09-37-9  DIFF	"Stroked_Objects" and "Filled_Objects" differ slightly with
		number of polygonal edges. Tek shows strokepath of "Technical
		Paths" IS subject to setflat -- GS has smoother round cap/join.
		Resolution dependent (spec is 'output device pixels'). CPSI fixed
		to implement setflat matches Tek ouptut for "Technical paths".
		Assign: Ray

09-38-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

09-38-2  OK	Fixed by rev 7617.

09-38-3  OK	Fixed by r7123.

09-38-4  OK	

09-39-1  OK	Matches Tek hardcopy output. RJJ

09-39-2  OK	matches CPSI

09-39-3  OK	matches CPSI. Imagemask fixed by r7123.

09-39-4  OK	

09-40-1  AOK	Matches Tek hardcopy output. RJJ (CPSI ignores settransfer)
		GS is contone, Tek is dithered

09-40-10  OK	

09-40-11  OK	

09-40-12  OK	

09-40-13  OK	

09-40-14  OK	

09-40-15  OK	

09-40-16  OK	

09-40-17  OK	

09-40-18  OK	

09-40-19  OK	Matches Tek hardcopy output. RJJ (CPSI ignores settransfer)

09-40-2   AOK	GS is contone, Tek is dithered, otherwise GS matches Tek.
		CPSI ignores transfer function.

09-40-20  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

09-40-21  AOK	GS and Tek give 'rangecheck' for last three "Test I". GS
		matches Tek except GS is contone, Tek is dithered.

09-40-22  OK	

09-40-23  OK	Fixed by rev 7617.

09-40-24  OK	Fixed by r7123. Color corrected by rev 7172.

09-40-25  OK	

09-40-3  OK	

09-40-4  OK	

09-40-5  OK	

09-40-6  OK	

09-40-7  OK	

09-40-8  OK	GS matches Tek since rev. 7168 - Alex

09-40-9  OK	

09-41-1  OK	

09-41-2  OK	Fixed by rev 7617.

09-41-3  OK	Fixed by r7123.

09-41-4  OK	Fixed by r7124.

09-42-1  OK	

09-42-2  OK	

09-42-3  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

09-42-4  OK	

09-42-5  OK	Fixed by rev 7617.

09-42-6  OK	Fixed by r7123.

09-42-7  OK	

09-43-1  OK	

09-43-2  OK	

09-43-3  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

09-43-4  OK	

09-43-5  OK	Fixed by rev 7617.

09-43-6  OK	Fixed by r7123.

09-43-7  OK	

09-44-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

09-44-2  OK	

09-44-3  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

09-44-4  OK	

09-44-5  OK	Fixed by rev 7617.

09-44-6  OK	Fixed by r7123.

09-44-7  OK	

09-45-1  OK

09-45-2  OK

09-45-3  OK	

09-45-4  OK	

09-45-5  DIFF	Partly fixed by rev 7617. Remaining diff is width of miter
		extension in "Stroked Objects". Assign: Ray

09-45-6  OK	Fixed by r7123.

09-45-7  OK	

09-46-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

09-46-2  OK	

09-47A-1  OK	Matches Tek hardcopy output. RJJ

09-47A-2  OK	Matches Tek hardcopy output. Minor color differences. RJJ

09-47A-3  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

09-47A-4  OK	Matches Tek hardcopy output. RJJ

09-47A-5  OK	Matches Tek hardcopy output. RJJ

09-47A-6  OK	Matches Tek hardcopy output. RJJ

09-47A-7  OK	Matches Tek hardcopy output. RJJ

09-47A-8  DIFF	Resolution dependent: GS 'pattern' has double line joined, Tek
		and CPSI do not although Tek and CPSI differ with pattern phase.
		Assign: Ray

09-47A-9  OK	Fixed by rev 7169.

09-47B-1  DIFF	GS has different pattern phase. Tek and CPSI appear to be the same.
		Assign: Ray

09-47B-10  DIFF	Test01 : aok
		CPSI problem. The tensor patch has corner colors like this :
		00 55
		ff aa
		Thus it must have a horizontal line of a constant color 80
		near the middle. The line is observable with GS and it is not with CPSI.
		Analyzed by Igor. 
		-
		Test09 - a color mapping problem.
		Analyzed by Igor. 
		CIEBasedDEF colors are given with a sampled 
		(2 args, 2 results) function like this :
		000000   ff0000 
                00ff00   ffffff
		With GS the brightness of magenta is asame as cyan.
		CPSI paints a lighter magenta. 
		I guess something is wrong with WhitePoint in GS,
		because an assimmetry red|blue must come from it.
		The assymmetry is observing with CPSI and not with GS.
		Assign to Tim
		-
		Test10: AOK
		Match when using common CRD.
		-
		Test11: AOK
		Match when using common CRD.

09-47B-11  DIFF	Test02, Test03 : aok. Same as 09-47B-10 Test11.
		-
                Test04: aok
                Analyzed by Igor.
                Likely CPSI problem.
                The test is buggy - insufficient data for function.
                It needs 16 samples, but 12 are only provided.
                GS adds zeros at end.
                000000ff 000000ff 
                00ffffff 00000000
                Thus the right end is Magenta+Yellow+Black =
                (1-green + 1-blue)*(1-black) =
                (1 + red)*(1-black).
                It is observing with GS.
                CPSI likely due to occasional data added at stream end.
                See also Test11.
                -
                Test05: AOK
                Analyzed by Igor.
                A bad color CMYK=[1 1 1 1] in the test.
                GPSI and GS differently convert [v v v v] CMYK colors to RGB.
                Matches fine in 7736 with CPSI_mode = true.
                Tim
                -
                Test06: AOK
                Analyzed by Igor.
                A bad color CMYK=[0.7 0.7 0.7 0.7] in the test.
                GPSI and GS differently convert [v v v v] CMYK colors to RGB.
                Matches fine in 7736 with CPSI_mode = true.
                Tim
                -
                Test11: AOK
                This is the same problem as Test04. Bug in test.
                Insufficient data for function.
                /CIEBasedDEFG as /DeviceCMYK in Test04 needs 16 samples,
                and only 12 are provided.
                Tim
                -
                Test12:
                CIEBasedDEFG shading does not match CPSI.
                Assign to Igor

09-47B-12  AOK	GS has wrong color Test06 GS not smooth Test07, Test08.
		NOTE: Tek gets rangecheck error on Test03 Test10, CPSI and GS do not.
		.
		According to my reading of the spec, test6 should rangecheck,
		but CPSI returns garbage data instead. r7130 improves match to
		Tek output, but ultimately rendering of this page will be
		device dependent, hence aok. - Raph

09-47B-2  DIFF	GS has different pattern phase. Tek and CPSI appear to be the same.
		Assign: Ray

09-47B-3  DIFF	GS has different pattern phase. Tek and CPSI appear to be the same.
		Assign: Ray

09-47B-4  OK	

09-47B-5  OK	Minor color difference, reviewed visually. RJJ

09-47B-6  OK	Fixed by rev 7169.

09-47B-7  AOK	Test01, Test02 :
		Briefly analyzed by Igor.
		Resolved by using common CRD. Tim 
		-
		Test10: aok
		CPSI problem : a non-monotonic color space is rendered as monotonic.

09-47B-8  AOK	Test01, Test02, Test03, Test05, Test08, Test09, Test10 : aok
		Analized by Igor.
		CPSI problem : a non-monotonic color is rendered as monotonic.
		-
		Test04, Test11: aok
		Analized by Igor.
		CPSI problem same as 09-47B-10 Test01.

09-47B-9  AOK	Test03, Test04, test05, Test06, Test07, Test10, Test11: aok
		Analized by Igor.
		CPSI problem : a non-monotonic color is rendered as monotonic.
		-
		Test08 : aok
		Analized by Igor.
		CPSI has a worse smoothness.
		-
		Test12 : aok
		Analized by Igor.
		CPSI problem same as 09-47B-10 Test01.

09-47C-1  OK  	Fixed by rev 7221.

09-47C-2  DIFF  Rev. 7740 adds 'null' to the message.
                Adobe shows: 'F --show-- rangecheck null'
		At 144 dpi GS shows 'F --.type1execchar-- rangecheck null'.
                At 72 dpi GS shows the same message as Adobe. assign: Peter

09-47D-1  OK	Fixed by rev 7169.

09-47D-2  OK	Fixed by rev. 7149.

09-47D-3  OK	Fixed by rev 7169.

09-47D-4  OK	Fixed by rev 7169.

09-47D-5  OK	Fixed by rev 7169.

09-47D-6  OK	Fixed by rev. 7149.

09-47E-1  OK	Fixed by rev 7169.

09-47E-2  OK	Fixed by rev 7149.

09-47E-3  OK	Fixed by rev 7169.

09-47F-1  OK	Fixed by rev 7169.

09-47G-1  AOK	Test06: ok.
		rev. 7176 now properly sets errorinfo.
		-
		Test07: aok
		Analyzed by Igor.
		The test is buggy : insufficient stream data,
		the effect does not correspond to the comment in the test.
		Due to insufficient data GS adds zeros at end,
		and the function becomes like this :
		000000 ff000000            ff00ff ffff0000
		000000 00000000            000000 00000000
		The DeviceN maps it to DeviceRGB with dropping the last 4 components,
		so we've got corner colors :
		black     magenta
		black     black
		That's what we observe with GS.
		There is a comment in gsdsrc.c ln 47 :
		/* Access data from a string or a byte object. */
		/* Does check bounds, and returns 0 data oob. Spec calls for rangecheck,
		   but CPSI implementation silently gives (bogus) data. */
		Tek paints       black   magenta
		                 black   red       - likely an occasional data at stream end.
		-
		Test10: aok
		Analyzed by Igor.
		A bug in the test : excessive stream data,
		the effect does not correspond to the comment in the test.
		The real effect is a linear sampled function like this :
		Cyan:    00 00
		         00 ff
		Magenta: 00 00
		         00 ff
		Yellow:  00 00
		         00 ff
		Black:   00 00
		         00 ff
		Thus it paints bad CMYK colors [v v v v] for various v.
		Same as 09-47B-11 Test05.
		I believe that [1 1 1 1] is very black, right ?
		Thus CPSI looks wrong.
		GS looks close to Tek.

09-47G-2  AOK	Test01: ok
                Fixed with rev 7199.
                -
                Test10: aok
                Analyzed by Igor.
                The linear sampled function is :
		000000 ff0000 
		00ff00 ffffff
                The function's domain by the 2nd argument
                is twice bigger than the shading domain.
                Therefore the function linear is cropped to this :
                007700 ff7777
                00ff00 ffffff
                With CPSI it looks like this (wrong) :
                000000 ff0000 
                00ff00 ffff77
                With GS it looks like this (correct) :
                007700 FF7777
                00ff00 777777
                CPSI appears wrong, GS appears correct.
		-
		Test11: aok
		The function domain is cropped by both coordinates.
		First convert to 3x3 :
		000000 770000 ff0000 
		007700 777733 ff7777
		00ff00 77ff77 ffffff
		Then crop with the "positive" quadrant :
		777733 ff7777
		77ff77 ffffff
		It looks close to what GS paints.
		CPSI paints something like this :
		770000 ff0000
		ffff77 7777ff
                CPSI appears wrong, GS appears correct.

09-47G-3  AOK	Test01: aok
		The function 000000 ff0000       black red
			     00ff00 ffffff       green white
		It is truncated with BBox/Matrix = 0.909, 0.933
		So by theory we get:
		000000 e70000
		e60000 d1d1d1
		It looks so with GS.
		Don't know why CPSI misses green.
		-
		Test02 : Same as 09-47G-2 Test11.

09-47H-1  OK	Fixed by rev 7149.

09-47H-2  OK	Fixed by rev 7149.

09-47H-3  OK    Partially fixed by rev. 7169, finished by rev. 7176.

09-47H-4  OK	Fixed by rev 7206

09-47I-1  OK	Fixed by rev 7149.

09-47I-2  OK	Fixed by rev 7175.

09-47I-3  OK	Test01, Test02, Test03, Test04, Test05, Test06, Test07: ok
		Fixed by rev 7175.
		-
		Test11: OK. Looks fine in rev 7718. Tim.

09-47I-4  OK	Fixed as of rev 7211.

09-47I-5  OK	Fixed by rev 7175.

09-47I-6  OK	Fixed by rev 7175.

09-47I-7  OK	Test02, Test03, Test04: ok	Fixed by rev 7175.
		Test11: ok 	Fixed with rev 7179.

09-47I-8  OK	Test02, Test04: ok Fixed with rev 7179.
		-
		Test07, Test11: ok Fixed by rev 7175.
		-
		Test06, Test08: ok Fixed with rev 7218.
		-		- 
		Test12: ok	Fixed by rev 7175.

09-47J-1  DIFF	Graphic differences in Test01 (partly drawn) and Test12
		(green line across the shading). Assign: Igor
                
09-47J-10 OK	

09-47J-2  OK	

09-47J-3  AOK	Test01 CPSI misses an imagemask with a shading color.

09-47J-4  OK	

09-47J-5  OK	

09-47J-6  OK	

09-47J-7  OK	

09-47J-8  AOK	Test01 CPSI misses an imagemask with a shading color.

09-47J-9  OK	

09-47K-1  AOK	Test01 CPSI yields a rangecheck while rendering 
                an imagemask or a character with a shading color.
                and misses the rest of graphics.
                I don't see any legal reason for rangecheck. 

09-47K-2  OK	

09-47K-3  OK	

09-47K-4  OK	

09-47K-5  OK   

09-47K-6  OK	

09-47K-7  AOK	Test01 CPSI yields a rangecheck while rendering 
                an imagemask or a character with a shading color.
                I don't see any legal reason for rangecheck. 
		Graphics appearance matches CPSI visually.

09-47K-8  OK	

09-47L-1  AOK	Test01 CPSI misses the character and imagemask with
		a shading color.

09-47L-2  OK	

09-47L-3  OK	

09-47L-4  OK	

09-47L-5  DIFF	Test01 CPSI misses the character and imagemask with
		a shading color.
		Test07, Test08 -- GS missing 'wedges' in center region
		of shading. 

09-47M-1  AOK	Test01: The corner colors are :      black   red
                                                     green white	
                GS paints entire shading.
                CPSI misses for imagemask and character. AD7 paints character,
		but misses imagemask.
                Analyzed by Igor.

09-47M-2  OK	Fixed by rev 7149.

09-47M-3  OK	Fixed by rev 7169.

09-47M-4  AOK	Test01 : ok, similar to 09-47M-1. (CPSI misses imagemask and
		character, AD7 misses imagemask).
		-
		Test04: ok - Fixed with rev 7210.
                Note: AD7 gets "drawing error" on the PDF it creates from this
		as it is drawing Test04. GS is able to display entire Page and
		output matches GS rendering of 09-47M.PS. Bug in Acrobat 7
		Reader!
		-
		Test09: ok - Fixed with rev 7210.
		-
		Test10, Test11, Test12: ok - Fixed by rev 7206

09-47M-5  AOK	GS has smoother shadings (CPSI has triangle 'glitches' 
		with self-intersectint tensor: Test05, 06
		Test10-12). NOTE: Tek shapes and colors differ greatly. 

09-47N-1  DIFF	A different flattening. Assign: Ray

09-47N-2  OK	Fixed by r7123.

09-47N-3  AOK	Really minor phase difference in pattern. RJJ 

09-48-1  OK  	Fixed in rev. 7138 - Alex

09-48-2  OK	Fixed by rev 7617.

09-48-3  OK	Fixed by r7123.

09-48-4  OK	

09-49A-1  OK	

09-49B-1  OK	

09-49B-2  AOK   Wrong value of AccurateScreens is fixed by rev. 7741.
                CPSI-based PhotoPrint product ignores all attempts to change
                the halftone and cannot be used as a reference.
              	GS is close to Tek Special Test B except for resolution
                dependent numbers for ActualFrequency. Test C ActualFrequency is
                also Device Dependent. - Alex

09-49C-1  OK	Matches Tek hardcopy and checksum. RJJ (CPSI differs because it
		ignores setscreen).

09-49D-1  OK	Fixed by rev 7617.

09-49D-2  OK	Fixed by r7123. Color corrected by rev 7172.

09-49D-3  OK	Fixed by r7450

09-50-1  DIFF	GS has different line spacing. CPSI and Tek agree. GS gets same
		results for "false setstrokeadjust" "true setstrokeadjust".
		Assign: Ray

09-50-2  OK	

09-50-3  DIFF	GS missing radial lines filling arcs. Tek and CPSI agree. May
		be related to 09-24-2. Assign: Ray

09-50-4  OK	Fixed by r7123.

09-50-5  OK	

09-51-1  OK	Matches Tek hardcopy. RJJ (CPSI ignores settransfer).

09-51-2  OK	Fiexd by rev 7617. GS matches colors of Tek hardcopy, CPSI
		shows MUCH different colors.

09-51-3  OK	Fixed by r7123.  GS matches colors of Tek hardcopy, CPSI
		shows MUCH different colors.

09-51-4  OK	Minor color difference (looks black to me). USE_ADOBE_CMYK_RGB issue
		assign: Ray

09-52-1  AOK	Device Dependent: GS has default ProcessColorModel /DeviceRGB
		CPSI has /DeviceN, Tek has /DeviceCMY (not a standard one??)

09-52-2  OK	Fixed by rev 7617.

09-52-3  OK	Fixed by r7123.

09-52-4  OK	Fixed by gs_cet.ps RJJ

09-53-1  OK	Fixed by r7155 - Raph

09-53-2  OK	Fixed by r7155 - Raph

09-53-3  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

09-53-4  OK	GS has different numbers (off by 1.0 or 2.0 out of ~120.0). Related
		to cliprestore.
	 Fixed by r7155 - Raph

09-53-5  OK	Fixed by rev 7617.

09-53-6  OK	Fixed by r7123. Color corrected by rev 7172.

09-53-7  OK	

09-54-1  AOK	GS has > 1000 limit on clipsave. Tek and CPSI limit at 34.
		Device Dependent.

09-54-2  OK	Fixed in r7155 - Raph

09-54-3  OK	Fixed in r7155 - Raph

09-54-4  OK	Fixed in r7155 - Raph

09-54-5  OK	Fixed in r7155 - Raph

09-54-6  OK	Fixed by rev 7617.
		assign: Ray

09-54-7  OK	Fixed by r7123. Color corrected by rev 7172.

09-54-8  OK	Matches Tek hardcopy and CPSI. RJJ

09-55-1  AOK	Implementation dependent: GS allows small smoothness values,
		Tek clamps lower value to 0.005, CPSI to 0.002.

09-55-2  OK	

09-56-1  AOK 	Device Dependent: Tek and Adobe show '/findcolorrendering'
                instead of '--findcolorrendering--' with errors. I've checked
                in a fix for the setcolorrendering issue. /GenericImagesetter
                and /AppleMonitor are CRD's provided by Adobe to OEM as
                examples. They must be removed from the final product but
                Scanvec-Amiable forgot.
                -
                The checksum depends on the order of resource enumeration,
                which depends on the order of dictionary enumeration and
                directory enumeration for external halftones.

09-56-2  OK	revisin 7234 (peter)

09-56-3  OK     Ghostscript matches the checksum for Tek360 version of the test.
		PhotoPrint has extra '1' in GRAY33 that tests that whether the
                change in colorspace affects CRD. Surprisingly, it does.
                Tek scan and Distillier 5 have '1' in MEMO 03 and 04, i.e.
                have different default CRD and a CRD returned by /Saturation
                findcolorrendering. CRD selection is implementation dependent
                and is normally left to OEM.

09-57-1  AOK	Fixed by rev 7169.; GS has a better smoothing.

09-57-10  OK	Fixed by rev 7169.
		NOTE: Tek is MUCH different (wrong??)

09-57-11  OK	Fixed by rev 7169.
		NOTE: Tek is all blank graphics (wrong??)

09-57-12  OK	Matches Tek hardcopy. RJJ (CPSI differs)

09-57-13  AOK	Test 09-12: With bad smoothness CPSI shadings are worse.
		Analyzed by Igor.

09-57-14  OK	Fixed by rev 7617.

09-57-15  OK	Fixed by r7123.

09-57-16  OK	

09-57-2  AOK	Fixed by rev 7169.; GS has a better smoothing.

09-57-3  AOK	Fixed by rev 7169.; GS has a better smoothing.

09-57-4  AOK	Fixed by rev 7169.; GS has a better smoothing.

09-57-5  AOK	Fixed by rev 7169.; GS has a better smoothing.

09-57-6  AOK	Test04: With bad smoothness CPSI shadings are worse. 

09-57-7  OK	

09-57-8  OK	Reviewed by RJJ. (something must have fixed this)

09-57-9  OK	Fixed by rev 7169.

09-58-1  AOK	Device Dependent: GS returns /none (4th line), Tek and CPSI return
		/DefaultHalftone. GS matches Tek for some lines, CPSI for others.

09-59-1  AOK	Device Dependent: CPSI and Tek hardcopy differ.

09-60-1  OK	

10-01-1  OK	

10-01-2  OK	

10-01-3  OK	

10-01-4  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

10-01-5  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

10-01-6  AOK	GS matches Tek hardcopy. CPSI differs in gradient in section
		labeled 'Fountain_image' in the upper left.GS also
		matches the appearance of of Distiller/Acrobat 7.0 - ADC

10-01-7  OK	Color corrected by rev 7172.

10-02-1  OK	

10-02-2  OK	

10-02-3  OK	

10-02-4  OK	

10-02-5  OK	

10-02-6  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

10-02-7  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

10-02-8  AOK	Differences between CPSI and GS in gradient in section
		labeled 'Fountain_image' in the upper right.  However GS
		matches the appearance of of Distiller/Acrobat 7.0.  See
		10-01 page 6. - ADC

10-02-9  OK	

10-03-1  AOK	First section contains values dependent upon the initial CTM.
		Different initial matrices for all three interpreters.
		Notes:  Acrobat and CPSI are rotated 180 degrees relative to
		each other.   Ghostscript changes the initial CTM based upon
		the output device.
		Distiller 7.0 reports:  [ 8.333 0.0 0.0 -8.333 -2550.0 3301.0 ]
		CPSI reports:           [ -8.333 0.0 0.0 8.333 2550.0 -3301.0 ]
		Ghostscript reports:    [ 8.333 0.0 0.0 -8.333 0.0 6600.0 ]

10-03-2  OK	

10-03-3  OK	

10-04-1  OK	

10-04-2  OK	

10-05-1  OK	

10-05-2  OK	

10-06-1  OK	

10-06-2  OK	

10-07-1  OK	

10-07-2  OK	

10-08-1  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

10-08-2  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

10-09-1  OK	

10-09-2  OK	

10-09-3  OK	

10-09-4  OK	

10-10-1  OK	

10-10-2  AOK	Checksum 63395 does not match CPSI or Distiller/Acrobat 7.0.
		The pages (and checksums) match Distiller 7.0 and CPSI except
		for the 'much22' test.  This test is specified by:
		(/much22{ xy-t {0 -3 6 3 setbbox 3 0 1 0 360 arc 3 0 2 0 360 arc} ineofill not iff xyt })
		The operation {10 100 itransform} is run before and after
		running the test.  The results should match.  However Distiller
		7.0 shows a -3.05176e-05 difference in the x value (307.2).
		This appears to be a minor math problem in Distiller 7.0.  CPSI
		also shows an 'error' with this test.  I do not have a copy of
		CPSI to verify its values.  Ghostscript produces matching values
		(which is mathematically correct). - ADC

10-11-1  OK	

10-11-2  OK	

10-12-1  OK	

10-12-2  OK	

10-12-3  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

10-12-4  AOK	Differences between CPSI and GS in gradient in section
		labeled 'Fountain_image' in the upper right.  However GS
		matches the appearance of of Distiller/Acrobat 7.0.  See
		10-01 page 6. - ADC

10-12-5  AOK	Checksum 0 matches Distiller/Acrobat 7.0, CPSI 18736 matches
		CET expected value. - ADC

10-13-1  OK	

10-13-2  OK	

10-13-3  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

10-13-4  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

10-13-5  AOK	Differences between CPSI and GS in gradient in section
		labeled 'Fountain_image' in the upper right.  However GS
		matches the appearance of of Distiller/Acrobat 7.0.  See
		10-01 page 6. - ADC

10-13-6  OK	Color corrected by rev 7172.

10-14-1  OK	

10-14-2  OK	

10-14-3  OK	

10-14-4  AOK	Difference between CPSI and GS with several objects:
		1)  The location of rectangles in items 13 and 14 in the
		column labeled 'LOOK'.  2)  The shape/locations of hooked
		shape features in items 15, 16, and 18 in the same column.
		3)  The length of a diagonal line in item 19 in the same
		column.  4)  The position of line and arc in items 22 and
		23 in the same column.  5)  The position of diamond shaped
		gradient at position 36 in the same column.  6)  The position
		of triangles at items 3 and 4 of a column labeled 'MEMO'.
		7)  The positions of rectangles at items 22, 23, and 24, in
		the column labeled 'CASH'.  8)  The position of a larger
		triangle at item 5 in the column labeled 'MUCH'.  9) The
		position of trangles at items 8, 9, and 27 in the same column.
		10)  The size of an 'angled' shaped objects at items 15 and
		30 in the same column.  11) The position of the triangle
		at item 27 in the column labeled 'MORE'.  12) The location
		of shaded squares in item 27 of the column labeled 'GRAY'.
		13) The location of rectangles in item 28 in the same column.
		14) The location of a trangle in item 32 in the same column.
		For all of the above objects, the positions match between GS
		and Distiller/Acrobat 7.0.
		The one item that has some question, item 31 in the column
		labeled 'GRAY'  This is a triangle outline apparently drawn
		with a pattern.  All three intpreters differ.  The GS output
		looks like CPSI except that the pattern is mirrored about a
		45 degree diagonal.  (Note:  The pattern is only visible in
		the lines that make up the lines of the triangle.  Thus there
		is very little information.  The differences may be a minor
		position shift.)  Distiller/Acrobat differs from both. - ADC

10-15-1  OK	

10-15-2  AOK	The diffs in items 'much22' and 'much24' (user paths / insideness testing)
                Analyzed by Igor.
                This is a CPSI problem : the insideness testing operators
                slightly disturb CTM.ty .
                A simplified test case is placed to
                peeves:/home/igor/pscet/mytests/10-15-2-Igor01.PS . 
                .
                With this test CPSI prints :
			GlobInterProc1=2467.17
			GIFBoundProc1=false
			{749.8 1433.41 749.8 1433.41 setbbox 749.8 1433.41 moveto}
			false
			iff in : gif_assertion=true
			iff out : gif_assertion=true
			GifProcInstance=false
			1
			GlobInterProc2=2467.17
			GlobInterProc2=false
		.
		Note the value 2467.17 looks same due to rounding,
		but the equality test fails (GlobInterProc2=false).
		The effect is resolution dependent and the page size dependent.

10-16-1  OK	

10-16-2  OK	

10-16-3  OK	

10-16-4  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

10-16-5  OK	GS matches Tek hardcopy. CPSI differs in gradient in section
		labeled 'Fountain_image' in the upper right.  GS also
		matches the appearance of of Distiller/Acrobat 7.0.  See
		10-01 page 6. - ADC

10-16-6  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

11-01-1  AOK	Matches Tek. CPSI slightly differs in few coordinates.

11-01-2  OK	

11-01-3  OK	

11-01-4  OK	

11-01-5  OK	

11-01-6  AOK	rev 7617 : look30, much34 look like a saw due to "strokepath stroke".
		CPSI and GS rev 7617 generate individual contours for line joins,
		which look like a quadrangle with a very acute corner.
		Then it's a subject of miter limit, which depends on the angle,
		which depends on the flattening factor of the original curve.
		With CPSI look30 has a smaller number of peaks.

11-02-1  AOK	Same as 11-01-1

11-02-2  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

11-02-3  OK	

11-02-4  OK	

11-02-5  OK	

11-02-6  AOK	Same as 11-01-6. 

11-03-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

11-03-2  OK	

11-03-3  OK  	Rev. 7171 works for me. - Alex

11-03-4  OK  	Fixed in rev. 7171. - Alex

11-03-5  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

11-03-6  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

11-03-7  OK	Fixed as of rev 7618.

11-04-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

11-04-2  OK	

11-04-3  OK  	Fixed iv rev. 7154. - Alex.

11-04-4  OK	

11-04-5  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

11-04-6  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

11-04-7  OK	Fixed as of rev 7618.

11-05-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

11-05-2  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

11-05-3  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

11-05-4  OK	

11-05-5  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

11-05-6  OK	fixed in r7228 - Raph

11-05-7  AOK	Same as 11-01-6. Color corrected by rev 7172.

11-06-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

11-06-2  OK	Fixed in r7155 - Raph

11-06-3  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

11-06-4  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

11-06-5  AOK	CPSI problem.
		GS has extra line: MUCH 15, 30, 31. Tek and CPSI do not.
		Analyzed by Igor.
		The following test discovers a problem in CPSI :
		.
		72 72 moveto 72 72 rlineto clip
		0 0 200 200 rectfill
		showpage
		72 72 moveto 72 72 rlineto clip
		0 0 200 200 rectclip
		clippath currentpoint
		showpage
		.
		The test installs aclipping path from a single line.
		The first page paints a line, so
		the clipping is not empty.
		The second page first installs same clipping,
		and then applies rectclip over it.
		The intersection isn't empty by theory,
		but with CPSI it appears empty and 
		"clippath currentpoint" fails with nocurrentpoint.

11-07-1  OK

11-07-2  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

11-07-3  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

11-07-4  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

11-07-5  OK	Fixed by rev 7617.

11-08-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

11-08-2  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

11-08-3  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

11-08-4  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

11-08-5  OK	Fixed as of rev. 7531. 

11-09-1  AOK	a better stroke adjustment; not important. Analyzed by Igor.

11-09-2  OK	

11-09-3  OK	

11-09-4  AOK	linewidth different.
                Analyzed by Igor.
		GS paints a "thin line" whenever the line wdth is lesser than 1 pixel.
		The decision is taken in gxstroke.c ln 453, 468, 482
		with the threshold half width smaller than half pixel.
		Well I can set a smaller threshold for CPSI compatibility,
		but I need CPSI to measure its constant.

11-09-5  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

11-09-6  OK	

11-09-7  OK	

11-09-8  AOK	look30, much34 : AOK same as 11-01-6.
		-
		more21: aok - CPSI appears ignoring the bad flattening precision.
		May be related to 11-09-4 assign: Ray.

11-10-1  AOK	Test measures number of subdivisions with different values of
	 setflat. Differences are expected (resolution dependent). -Raph

11-10-2  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

11-10-3  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

11-10-4  DIFF	setflat problem maybe - curves smooth in cpsi assign: Raph.
	 We have very coarse flattenpath results. - Raph

11-10-5  DIFF	same as 11-10-4 assign: Raph.
	 Same as 11-10-4

11-10-6  OK	Fixed as of rev 7618.

11-11-1  OK	Fixed with rev 7212.

11-11-2  OK	

11-11-3  OK	

11-11-4  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

11-11-5  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

11-11-6  OK	Fixed as of rev 7534.

11-12-1  OK	

11-12-2  OK	

11-12-3  OK	

11-12-4  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

11-12-5  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

11-12-6  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

11-13-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

11-13-2  OK	

11-13-3  OK	

11-13-4  OK  	Works in rev. 7527.

11-14-1  OK	Fixed with rev 7213.

11-14-2  OK	

11-14-3  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

11-14-4  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

11-14-5  OK	fixed in r7228 - Raph

11-14-6  OK	Color corrected as of rev 7172.

11-15-1  OK	Fixed as of rev 7534.

11-15-2  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

11-15-3  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

11-15-4  OK	

11-15-5  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

11-15-6  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

11-15-7  OK     Minor differences visually reviewed by HAS

11-16-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by HAS

11-16-2  OK	

11-16-3  OK	

11-16-4  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by HAS

11-16-5  OK	

11-16-6  OK	

11-16-7  OK	

11-16-8  AOK

11-17-1  OK	Fixed as of rev 7598.

11-17-2  OK	Fixed as of rev 7598.

11-17-3  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

11-17-4  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

11-17-5  OK	fixed in r7228 - Raph

11-17-6  AOK	GS has small square in upper right of border line, CPSI has
		similar square in lower right. Tek has small square in lower
		right. Device Dependent: Uses device coordinates, GS, Tek
		and CPSI all have different default CTM. RJJ

11-18-1  OK	Fixed with rev 7212.

11-18-2  OK	

11-18-3  OK	

11-18-4  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

11-18-5  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

11-18-6  AOK 	Adobe interpreters (CPSI, Tek, Distiller 5) have obvious
		rendering problems, which are hard to simulate in GS.
                1. The long diagonal line is caused by "clippath 0 0 rlineto
                   stroke showpage". Different Adobe interpreters draw it
                   fron the center of the page to different corners.
                2. The line drawn by "10 0 rlineto" is not horizontal in
                   LOOK 30 and MUCH 34 cases. This bug can be demonstrated
                   by this short program "300 300 moveto 10 10 rlineto 8 8
                   rlineto strokepath 10 0 rlineto stroke showpage". - Alex

11-19-1  OK	

11-19-2  OK	

11-19-3  OK	

11-19-4  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

11-19-5  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

11-19-6  AOK	cash21, look30 : ustrokepath ending point, Analyzed by Igor.
		I believe it is CPSI problem.
		I placed some tests to peeves:/home/igor/pscet/mytests/11-19-Igor01.zip .
		The ZIP contains 2 PS files, which are made from 11-19.PS
		with removing unrelated things and inserting a debug printing.
		The 2 files differ in a small thing : wheter it access
		currentpoint after ustrokepath, or not.
		The rasters (included into the ZIP) appear to be different !
		The log files (included into the ZIP) tell us that no error happen,
		because the currenpoint coordinates are successfully printed
		(in the order Y X).
		The position of the 2nd cross depends on the
		currentpoint after ustrokepath,
		but 'currentpoint' appears to cnahge it !
		I believe that CPSI actually didn't pass the "interference" test,
		which 1-19-6 is designed for.
		As we noticed from other 20 tests (unpublished), this behavior 
		appears pretty occasional, so we're unable to analyze it completely 
		and to reproduce it in Ghostscript.
		Tek matches CPSI though - I can't know why.
		Welcome anybody who can improve this analyzis.

11-20-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by HAS

11-20-2  OK	Differences resolved as of rev 7531.

11-20-3  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

11-20-4  OK

11-20-5  DIFF	Analyzed by Igor.
		I believe it is CPSI problem.
		A simplified test is stored into peeves/home/igor/pscet/mytests/11-20-5-Igor01.ps .
		It prints the pathbbox before and after "3 3 rlineto",
		as well as the current point before and after it :
		bbb0
		711.0
		289.037
		691.0
		80.3225
		xxx0
		691.0
		85.535
		bbb1
		711.0
		289.037
		691.0
		39.5
		xxx1
		694.0
		88.535
		11-20 GSTATE = 31293 Graphic 0 ms  
		.
		Note: pathbbox and currentpoint are printed in the reverse order.
		The starting and the ending point of the line appear
		within the initial pathbbox.
		In same time the lower X of pathbbox changes from 80.3225 to 39.5
		without a visible reason. With GS it doesn't change.
		Note: my copy of CPSI probably is some older,
		but it renders same 11-20-5.ppm as one on peeves.
		Passing to Ray for further processing.
		assign: Ray.

11-20-6  DIFF	In special test B, Adobe has rangechecks, we don't. In
		special test A, we have one rangecheck they don't.
                The test is about interaction of setbbox with save,
                gsave and other operators. - assign Raph

11-20-7  OK	

11-20-8  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

11-20-9  DIFF	'4's and '1's added in gs output.
                The problem (at least partly) is caused by a small bounding box
                set by setbbox operator that cannot accomodate long strings of text.
                Adobe appears to extend path bounding box on demand instead of
                enforcingwhen the limits when the current point comes from a
                different gstate, for instance:
                "0 0 moveto gsave 0 0 5 5 setbbox 10 10 lineto stroke showpage"
                assign Alex

11-21-1  OK	Fixed as of rev 7598.

11-21-10  AOK	Differences in look20, look30, look33 are caused by CPSI problem :
		rlineto, rcurveto count wrong coordinates after strokepath.
		It looks as the starting point for relative coordinate is not equal to
		the current point. CPSI paints a self-intersecting curve with
		"9 0 9 -9 0 -9 rcurveto stroke", which must not self-intersect.
		A simplified test is placed to 
		peeves:/home/igor/pscet/mytests/11-21-10-Igor01.ps 

11-21-2  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

11-21-3  OK	Fixed by rev 7617.

11-21-4  DIFF	Analyzed by Igor.
		There are several stroking problems.
		1. linewidth - same as 11-09-4.
		2. setflat - same as 09-09-1.
		3. CPSI doesn't roll a dash pattern at some corners.
		An example is at the lower right corner of the page.
		The dash at one corner looks longer than the distance to the corner.
		IMO it's another CPSI bug.
		Passing to Ray do decide what to to with it.
		assign: Ray.

11-21-5  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by HAS

11-21-6  AOK	Resolution dependent: GS gives pathbox exact (not enlarged
		slightly). Tek and CPSI differ.
		-
		curve saw : AOK - same as 11-01-6.

11-21-7  OK  	Fixed by rev. 7701 - Alex

11-21-8  AOK	Device Dependent / Resolution Dependent. CPSI ignores setflat
		Tek and CPSI differ.

11-21-9  AOK	flattness differ. Tek and CPSI differ.

11-22-1  OK

11-22-2  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

11-22-3  AOK	CPSI is wrong with the invalid test "User path must start with absolute point".

11-22-4  OK

11-22-5  DIFF	GS has different number. Although this is resolution dependent,
		the test comment indicates what should happen. Tek has 0.12
		values, CPSI has 0.06 (approx.). Assign: alex

11-22-6  OK	shape has a small 'point' with CPSI, Ghostscript matches Tek
		hardcopy [2nd row down, right side, upper curve.]

11-22-7  OK	fixed in r7228 - Raph

11-22-8  OK	Fixed as of rev 7618.

11-23-1  AOK	GS (apparently) does not implement upath caching. Tek and CPSI
		do, but differ. Device Dependent (as comment says).

11-23-2  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

11-23-3  OK	ucache typecheck error in gs not seen in cpsi.
	 fixed in r7229 - Raph

11-23-4  OK	

11-24-1  OK	

11-24-2  OK	

11-24-3  AOK	user path :
		CPSI doesn't follow PLRM page 199 about user paths :
                "the first operator after setbbox must be an absolute positioning operator 
                (moveto, arc, or arcn)." 
                "All coordinates specified as operands must fall within the bounds 
                specified by setbbox".
                When an user path starts with rmoveto, CPSI looks using current point 
                from the graphic state when it is set, and probably the setbbox lower coordinates
                when current point is not set. However arc, arcn in the user path
                do not paint a line from the graphic state current point.
                Also painting outside setbbox somethimes throws error, sometimes not -
                we could not figure out what does it depend on.
                Due to all that CPSI's algorithm isn't clear and we're unable to reproduce it.
                Will follow PLRM instead.

11-24-4  OK	

11-24-5  OK	

11-24-6  OK	

11-24-7  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

11-24-8  OK	

11-25-1  OK	

11-25-2  OK	

11-25-3  AOK	user paths : same as 11-24-3.

11-25-4  OK	

11-25-5  OK	

11-25-6  OK	

11-25-7  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

11-25-8  OK	

11-26A-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by HAS

11-26A-2  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

11-26A-3  OK	Fixed as of rev 7598.

11-26B-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

11-26B-2  DIFF	precision discrepancies assign Alex

11-26C-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

11-26C-2  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

11-26C-3  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

11-26D-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

11-26D-2  OK	fixed in rev 7228 - Raph

11-26D-3  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by HAS

11-27-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

11-27-2  OK	

11-27-3  AOK	user paths : same as 11-24-3.

11-27-4  OK	

11-27-5  OK	

11-27-6  OK	

11-27-7  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

11-27-8  OK	

11-28-1  DIFF	GS has much different stroke pattern in circles/wedges. Tek
		and CPSI agree. May be setflat issue. Assign: Ray

11-28-10  AOK	same as 11-21-8.

11-28-11  AOK	same as 11-21-9.

11-28-12  AOK	same as 11-21-10.

11-28-2  OK	Fixed by rev 7617.

11-28-3  AOK	curve saw : AOK - same as 11-01-6.

11-28-4  AOK	CPSI stroking problem. CPSI and Tek differ.

11-28-5  OK  	Fixed as of r7231.

11-28-6  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

11-28-7  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by HAS

11-28-8  DIFF	same as 11-21-4 assign: Ray.

11-28-9  OK  	Fixed by rev. 7701 - Alex

12-01-1  OK	Minor text outline differences - ADC

12-01-2  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

12-01-3  OK	Minor differences versus CPSI- ADC.  PDF produced by Distiller 7.0
		shows teal colored circles.  (GS and CPSI render sea foam green.)

12-01-4  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ.

12-01-5  DIFF	Magenta in pattern in lower right corner of GS output.  Not seen in
		CPSI output.  Strange result in Distiller 7.0 output.  Acrobat 7.0
		reports incorrect number of values for setcolor operator.  Page is
		blank.
		See also 18-02G-1.
                Partial analysis from Jan (11/29/2006)
                1. An uncolored pattern is created, and used to draw the region on       
                   the left.  The pattern consists of a 9 unit x 9 unit tile, in the     
                   center of which is a 7 unit x 7 unit colored square.  The pattern     
                   receives its color at the time the setpattern operator is invoked.    
                   For this test, that color is black.                                   
                --                                                                         
                2. Next, a colored pattern is created, and used to draw the figure       
                   on the right.  This pattern also consists of a 9 unit x 9 unit tile,  
                   whose PaintProc operates as follows:                                  
                     - create a path consisting of a 5 unit x 5 unit square centered     
                       in the 9 unit x 9 unit tile                                       
                     - save graphic state                                                
                     - set an approximately magenta color and fill the square            
                     - restore the graphic state                                         
                     - outline the same square with an approximately 4 unit wide line;   
                       this line obscures all but a 1/2 unit x 1/2 unit square of the    
                       magenta region                                                    
                   The key step is the last one, because the PaintProc does not set a    
                   color for drawing the line.  In this case it inherits the color       
                   from the graphic state in effect when the makepattern operator was    
                   invoked, which is the uncolored pattern created in Step (1).          
                --                                                                         
                3. Ghostscript renders the uncolored pattern into a gx_color_tile        
                   structure when drawing the left region, and caches that strcuture.    
                   When the second region is to be rendered, another gx_color_tile       
                   is created, and the cached tile of the uncolored pattern is used      
                   (in part) to render this new tile.  The caching accumulator           
                   device is used for this purpose.                                      
                --                                                                         
                4. The problem arises because the cached gx_color_tile for the           
                   uncolored pattern has its phase information set for the original      
                   device, not the accumulator device being used to create the tile      
                   for the colored pattern.                                              
                   --                                                                      
                   As we noted earlier, Ghostscript renders patterns to                  
                   gx_color_tile structures of minimum size.  Such a mechanism           
                   cannot handle the general case in which one pattern makes use of      
                   another pattern.  Either the tile size must be increased to the       
                   least common multiple of the patterns' step sizes, or some more       
                   elaborate compositing technique must be used for final rendering.     
                   --                                                                      
                   However, in this case both patterns have the same step sizes (and     
                   the same tile size), so Ghostscript should be able to handle the      
                   situation correctly.  We thought the problem was that the             
                   uncolored pattern was already cached, and so we modified the code     
                   to discard cached patterns just before executing a pattern            
                   PaintProc.  That resolves the phase issue, but the "inner"            
                   pattern (the uncolored pattern in this case) is rendered using        
                   the wrong transformation matrix.  We haven't yet had time to go       
                   back and determine why this is happening.                             
                   Assign: Tim                                                  

12-01-6  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-02-1  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-02-10  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-02-11  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

12-02-12  OK	Minor differences, colors more vibrant in shadings in GS.

12-02-13  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-02-14  OK	Corrected by 7152 and 7162.  ADC

12-02-15  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-02-16  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-02-17  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-02-18  AOK	Squares in the top row are darker in GS vs CPSI.
		This is exactly the same issue as 12-07B-10. After embedding
		CPSI's default CRD into the job, the output matches. TIM	

12-02-19  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-02-2  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-02-3  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-02-4  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-02-5  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-02-6  OK	Corrected by 7152 and 7162.  ADC

12-02-7  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-02-8  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-02-9  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-03-1  OK	Corrected by 7152 and 7162.  ADC

12-03-2  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

12-03-3  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-03-4  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

12-03-5  DIFF	Magenta in pattern at lower right in GS.  Not present in CPSI.
		See 12-01-5.  Assign Tim

12-03-6  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-04-1  OK	Verified by ADC

12-04-2  OK	Corrected by 7152 and 7162.  ADC

12-04-3  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

12-04-4  DIFF	Magenta in pattern at lower right in GS.  Not present in CPSI.
		See 12-01-5. Assign: Tim

12-04-5  AOK	GS has extra center line on symbols: LOOK 3, 12 , MUCH 9, MORE 19
		Analyzed by Igor :
		I believe it is a CPSI problem.
		eofill is applied to two overlapping horizontal lines.
		In most cases CPSI paints them, and sometimes doesn't.
		Tek paints always.
		GS matches Tek.

12-05-1  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-05-2  OK	

12-05-3  AOK	Page is gray in GS.  White in CPSI.
		This "{.75 mul} settransfer erasepage showpage" gives
		a gray page in GS.
		--
		I ran this job through Acrobat Distiller 5.0 as well as Apple's
		Preview, they match the GS output. The Red Book states that
		erasepage is influenced "if an atypical transfer function has
		been defined"... Since the transfer function is {.75 mul} a gray
		value of R=191,G=191,B=191 should be expected from all that I
		can see and reproduce here. I noticed it is noted several times
		that "CPSI ignores settransfer". I believe this is another case
		where whatever version of CPSI is used to generated these
		PPM's, settransfer looks to be ignored. TIM

12-06-1  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-06-2  OK	Corrected by 7152 and 7162.  ADC

12-06-3  OK	

12-06-4  DIFF	Magenta in pattern at lower right in GS.  Not present in CPSI.
		See 12-01-5. Assign: Tim

12-06-5  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-07A-1  DIFF?	Different blurring in squares in 7th column compared to CPSI.
		GS blurring matches appearance of Distiller/Acrobat 7.0
                assign: Tim

12-07A-10  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

12-07A-11  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

12-07A-12  OK  	Adobe acceptts images in the pattern color space.
		Since rev. 7597 we do the same in the compatibility mode. - Alex

12-07A-13  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-07A-14  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-07A-15  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-07A-2  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-07A-3  DIFF	Squares are blurred in GS.  No blurring in CPSI.  Distiller/Acrobat
		7.0 shows blurring similar to GS.
                assign: Tim

12-07A-4  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-07A-5  DIFF	Page consists of blurred squares.  GS position shifted down slight
		at the top of the page vs CPSI and Distiller/Acrobat 7.0. - ADC
                assign: Tim

12-07A-6  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-07A-7  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-07A-8  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

12-07A-9  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

12-07B-1  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-07B-10  AOK	Some grays in the top row are lighter in GS versus CPSI
		(after 7152). - ADC
		This is exactly the same issue as 12-02-18. After embedding
		CPSI's default CRD into the job, the gray rectangles in the top
		row match. TIM

12-07B-11  DIFF	Some grays in the top row are lighter in GS versus CPSI
		(after 7152). - ADC Assign Tim

12-07B-12  DIFF	Blurred images render a slight position shift relative to CPSI and
		Distiller/Acrobat 7.0 - ADC assign: Tim

12-07B-13  DIFF	Several differences.  Color squares are missing in GS.  The
		Distiller/Acrobat 7.0 shows these squares blurred.  They are not
		in both GS and CPSI. - ADC assign: Tim

12-07B-14  DIFF	Several differences.  Color squares are missing in GS.  The
		Distiller/Acrobat 7.0 shows these squares blurred.  They are not
		in both GS and CPSI. - ADC assign: Tim

12-07B-15  DIFF	Several differences.  Dark squares are missing in GS.  There are
		dfferences in the blurring between Distiller/Acrobat 7.0 vs GS
		and CPSI. - ADC assign: Tim

12-07B-2  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-07B-3  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-07B-4  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-07B-5  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes.  Some
		minor differences in shades of gray. - ADC

12-07B-6  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes.  Some
		minor differences in shades of gray. - ADC

12-07B-7  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-07B-8  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-07B-9  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes.  Some
		minor differences in shades of gray. - ADC

12-07C-1  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-07C-10  DIFF	White and black rectangles missing in GS.  Differences between
		CPSi and Distiller/Acrobat 7.0 - ADC assign Tim

12-07C-11  DIFF	White and black rectangles missing in GS.  Differences between
		CPSi and Distiller/Acrobat 7.0 - ADC assign Tim

12-07C-12  DIFF	White and black rectangles missing in GS.  Differences between
		CPSi and Distiller/Acrobat 7.0 - ADC assign Tim

12-07C-13  DIFF	White, black, and cyan rectangles missing in GS.  Differences
		between CPSi and Distiller/Acrobat 7.0 - ADC assign Tim

12-07C-14  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-07C-15  OK

12-07C-16  OK

12-07C-17  OK

12-07C-2  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-07C-3  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-07C-4  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

12-07C-5  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

12-07C-6  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-07C-7  OK	GS matches Tek -- no thin vertical lines.

12-07C-8  DIFF	GS missing leftmost vertical column of shaded data in the
		test block at the lower right of the page - ADC.  assign Tim

12-07C-9  OK	Color corrected by rev 7172. Something fixed the error message.

12-07D-1  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-07D-2  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-07D-3  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

12-08A-1  DIFF	Differences in the second and third test pattern in the rightmost
		column.  GS pattern matches Distiller/Acrobat.  CPSI is different.
		Adobe shows these a blurred.  Both CPSI and GS are crisp. - ADC
                assign Tim

12-08A-2  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-08A-3  DIFF	Different pattern between GS and CPSI.  Distiller/Acrobat shows
		the same pattern as GS.  Adobe shows the image blurred.  Both
		CPSI and GS shows a crisp image.  (The page says interpolate
		true in the upper left corner.) - ADC
                assign Tim

12-08A-4  OK	Color corrected by rev 7172.

12-08A-5  AOK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes.

12-08A-6  AOK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes.

12-08A-7  OK	Color corrected by rev 7172.

12-08A-8  OK	Color corrected by rev 7172.

12-08B-1  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-08B-2  OK  	Accept multiple data sources in imagemask by rev. 7181.

12-08B-3  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-08C-1  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-08C-2  OK	Color corrected by rev 7172.

12-08C-3  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-08C-4  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC
		Color corrected by rev 7172.

12-08D-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

12-08D-2  DIFF	Magenta in pattern at lower right in GS.  Not present in CPSI.
		See 12-01-5. Assign: Tim

12-08D-3  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-09-1  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-09-2  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-09-3  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-09-4  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-10-1  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-10-2  OK	Color corrected by rev 7172.

12-10-3  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

12-10-4  OK	Color corrected by rev 7172.

12-10-5  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

12-10-6  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-10-7  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-10-8  DIFF	Magenta in pattern at lower right in GS.  Not present in CPSI.
		See 12-01-5. Assign: Tim

12-10-9  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-11-1  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-11-2  OK	Color corrected by rev 7172.

12-11-3  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-11-4  OK	reviewed by RJJ.

12-11-5  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-11-6  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

12-11-7  DIFF	Magenta in pattern at lower right in GS.  Not present in CPSI.
		See 12-01-5. Assign: Tim

12-11-8  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-12-1  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-12-10  OK	

12-12-2  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-12-3  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-12-4  OK	Color corrected by rev 7172.

12-12-5  OK	Color corrected by rev 7172.

12-12-6  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-12-7  OK	Color corrected by rev 7172.

12-12-8  OK	

12-12-9  DIFF	A pattern phase difference. assign: Tim

12-13-1  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-13-2  OK

12-13-3  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

12-13-4  DIFF	Magenta in pattern at lower right in GS.  Not present in CPSI.
		See 12-01-5. Assign: Tim

12-13-5  OK  	Works for me in rev. 7579. There's no differences around 30
		and 31 in left column. The checksum matches too. - Alex.

12-14A-1  OK	Test03: ok - fixed.
		rangecheck error is fixed - Alex.

12-14A-10  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes and minor
		differences in shading gradients. - ADC

12-14A-11  DIFF	Analyzed by Igor.
		Test03: diff - same as 09-47B-11 Test05. Assign: Tim
		-
		Test04: aok. Similar to 09-47B-10 test11.
		-
		Test05, Test12: aok
		A bug in the test : insufficient data.
		The stream interpretes like this :
		000000ff 000000ff                black         black
	 	00ffffff 00000000                black-red     white
		CPSI renders :
		black green
		black black  -- looks wrong.
		GS renders :
		black red white
		black black black   --- looks correct.
		-
		Test08, Test09: ?
		same as 09-47B-11 Test05. Assign: Tim
		Please pay attention to the vertical diagonal of the rhombus.
		With CPSI it looks as a linear gradient, and does not with GS.
		Looks that CMYK colors [v v v v] differently convert to RGB.
		Not sure who is wrong, but CPSI looks more pleasant.

12-14A-12  DIFF	Test03, 04, 10,11 :
		same as 09-47B-11 Test05. Assign: Tim
		-
		Test07: aok - same as 12-14A-11 Test05.

12-14A-13  DIFF	Test02:aok -  same as 12-14A-11 Test05.
		-
		Test03: aok. same as 09-47B-10 Test11.
		-
		Test04:
		GS problem with non-contigous function.
		A fix is possible but isn't simple.
		A suggestion was posted to 'teco' on November 8
		and then dismissed. Now it arises anew.
		.
		First we need gs_function_evaluate to return a new bit.
		which tells that the function has a discontinuty at
		the point. Fortunately poly-argument PS finctions are
		always contigous (otherwise the topology of discontinuty
		would be a hell).
		.
		There are 20 calls to patch_interpolate_color,
		which deal with it. It must return a bit,
		which tells whether the function
		isn't contiguous at the point.
		If so, it must be called at second 
		time for computing another limit to this point.
		.
		The change should look like this :
		.
		+ typedef enum {left, right} function_limit_direction;
		.
		  { 
		- patch_color_t c;
		+ patch_color_t *C;
		+ function_limit_direction discontinuty;
		-  patch_interpolate_color(&c, c0, c1, pfs, 0.5);
		+  discontinuty = patch_interpolate_color(&c, c0, c1, pfs, 0.5, left);
		+   if (discontinuty) 
		+      patch_interpolate_color(&C, c0, c1, pfs, 0.5, right);
		+   else 
		+       C = &c;
		  // Then a half of occurances 'c' to be replaced with 'C'.
		  }
		.
		Assign: igor.
		-
		Test05, 06, 07, 08, 12 : same as 09-47B-11 Test05. Assign: Tim
		-
		Test09: aok - same as 09-47B-11 Test04.
                Likely CPSI problem.
                The test is buggy - insufficient data for function.
		The data are interpreter like this :
		000000ff000000 ff00ffffffxxxx
		xxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
		where x is an insufficient data. GS pads it with zeros,
		CPSI is indeterministic.
		After tintTransform we get CMYK colors :
		000000ff ff00ffff       
		xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx       
		GS should paint :      black     black*green
		                       white     white
		It's what we observe.
		CPSI appears wrong.

12-14A-14  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes and minor
		differences in shading gradients. - ADC

12-14A-2  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes and minor
		differences in shading gradients. - ADC

12-14A-3  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes and minor
		differences in shading gradients. - ADC

12-14A-4  OK  	GS error reports are changed to match CPSI. - Alex

12-14A-5  AOK	GS error reports are changed to match CPSI. - Alex
		-
		Test07, 10, 11, 12 : aok
		CPSI problem : a non-monotonic color space is rendered as monotonic.
		Same as 09-47B-7 Test10.

12-14A-6  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes and minor
		differences in shading gradients.  GS gradients are smoother
		in tests 3 and 4. - ADC

12-14A-7  AOK	Test01, 02, 03, 04, 07, 08, 09, 10 : aok
		CPSI problem : a non-monotonic color space is rendered as monotonic.
		Same as 09-47B-7 Test10.

12-14A-8  AOK	CPSI reports 7 typechecks in shfill.  GS reports none.  There
		are 7 gradients missing in test 6 to 12 in CPSI. - ADC
		-
		Analyzed by Igor :
		CPSI misses the gradients due to the typecheck mentioned above.
		PLRM doesn't allow packedarray as 'names' element of the color space.
		GS appears tolerant to it.
		IMO it should be aok.

12-14A-9  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes and minor
		differences in shading gradients. - ADC

12-14B-1  OK	All test report errors now match CPSI and the test. - Alex

12-14C-1  OK  	Fixed - Alex.

12-14D-1  OK  	Fixed in rev. 7209. - Alex

12-14E-1  OK  	All test report errors now match CPSI and the test. - Alex

12-14F-1  OK  	All test report errors now match CPSI and the test. - Alex

12-14G-1  OK  	All test report errors now match CPSI and the test. - Alex

12-14H-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

12-14H-2  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-14H-3  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes and minor
		differences in shading gradients. - ADC

12-14I-1  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes and minor
		differences in shading gradients. - ADC

12-14I-2  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-14I-3  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes and minor
		differences in shading gradients. - ADC

12-14I-4  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

12-14J-1  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes and minor
		differences in shading gradients. - ADC

12-14J-2  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-14J-3  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes and minor
		differences in shading gradients. - ADC

12-14K-1  AOK	Test04: aok - CPSI is wrong, GS is correct.
		The test is buggy : it contains a wrong comment about colors
		and excessive data for the function.
		There is nothing special about diagonals in the function,
		so CPSI paints them inaccurately.
		-
		Test06: aok
		The test is buggy : it contains a wrong comment about colors
		and insufficient data for the function.
		As we know CPSI is indeterministic with insufficient function data.
		There is nothing special about diagonals in the function,
		so CPSI paints them inaccurately.
		The colors must be : 
		000000ff 000000ff 
		00ffffff xxxxxxxx   (x = insufficient)
		black     black
		blackred  white
		GS appears correct.
		-
		test07: aok
		The test is buggy : it contains a wrong comment about colors
		and insufficient data for the function.
		As we know CPSI is indeterministic with insufficient function data.
		There is nothing special about diagonals in the function,
		so CPSI paints them inaccurately.
		The colors must be : 
		000000ff000000 ff00ffffffxxxx
		xxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxx   (x = insufficient)
		After tintTransfer :
		000000 ff00ff
		xxxxxx xxxxxx   (x = insufficient)
		white   magenta
		black   black
		GS appears correct.
		-
		Test08, Test09: Test10: test1: aok - same as test04.

12-14K-2  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-14K-3  AOK	Test06 : aok. The function cropping, same as 09-47G-2 Test10.
		-
		Test07 : aok. The function cropping 
		(a few different cropping than test06), same as 09-47G-2 Test10.
		-
		Test09 : aok. The function cropping 
		(a few different cropping than previous), same as 09-47G-2 Test10.
		-
		Test10 : aok. The function cropping 
		(a few different cropping than previous), same as 09-47G-2 Test10.

12-14L-1  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-14L-2  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-14L-3  OK	fixed.

12-14L-4  OK	Fixed by rev 7206

12-14M-1  OK	fixed.

12-14M-2  OK	fixed.

12-14M-3  OK	fixed.

12-14M-4  DIFF	Test05: Tek has top half of cone solid dark gray, GS has light
		gray (as in Test06). Assign: Igor
		-
		Test06: ok - fixed.
		-
		Test04, Test07: ok - Fixed by rev 7206
		Note: CPSI gets rangecheck errors on Test06, 07, 08.

12-14M-5  OK	fixed.

12-14M-6  OK	fixed.

12-14M-7  OK	fixed.

12-14M-8  OK	fixed.

12-14N-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

12-14N-10  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-14N-2  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-14N-3  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-14N-4  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-14N-5  OK	Fixed by rev 7206

12-14N-6  OK	Fixed by rev 7206

12-14N-7  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

12-14N-8  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-14N-9  OK	fixed.

12-14O-1  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-14O-2  OK

12-14O-3  OK	Fixed with rev 7211.

12-14O-4  OK	Fixed as of rev.  7174
		Note: Tek tests 9-12 blank.

12-14O-5  OK	Fixed by rev 7206

12-14O-6  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-14O-7  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-14O-8  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-14P-1  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-14P-2  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

12-14P-3  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-14P-4  AOK	Fixed by rev 7206
		CPSI has a worse shading precision with a non-contigous color.

12-14P-5  AOK	CPSI problem with self-intersecting tensor shadings - Analyzed by Igor.
		GS matches Distiller/Acrobat. - ADC

12-14Q-1  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-14Q-2  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-14Q-3  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-14Q-4  OK	Fixed by rev 7206

12-14Q-5  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC
                

12-14R-1  AOK	Test02, 03, 06, 07, 08: aok. The function cropping, same as 09-47G-2 Test10.
		CPSI is wrong.

12-14R-2  AOK	Worse smoothing with CPSI.

12-14R-3  DIFF	Analyzed by Igor.
		-
		Test07:
		Analyzed by Igor.
		The test looks buggy : duplicate DataSource.
		CPSI uses the first DataSource (padded with zeros at end), 
		and GS uses the second one while constructing the shading dictionary.
		GS interpretes the stream like this :
		000000ff 000000ff 
		00ffffff 00000000
		so the shading is not completely black - it is 1/256 gray in one corner.
		Note : lib/gs_*.ps files assume the usage of the last definition.
		I recall that at least gs_ttf.ps depends on that.
		Passing to Ray to decide what to do with it.
		assign: Ray.
		-
		Test08: aok - CPSI ingores Encode.
		It maps a haff of shading Domain outside (to negative values)
		of the function domain, so that shading must look constant at
		the riht half. That's what we see with GS.
		-
		Test09, 10, 11, 12: aok, same as Test07 except a different Encode.
		Note : the vertical 'spike' in Test10 is a false human visual effect.

12-14R-4  AOK	Test1: aok - A worse smoothing with CPSI.
		-
		Test12: aok : 
		The function itself :
		         000000 0000ff        black   blue
                         ff0000 00ff00        red     green
                         ff00ff 00ff00        magenta green 
                         ffff00 ffffff        yellow  white
                It is linear, but the green component has Decode 0 3,
                so it maps outside the color domain and 
                therefore it is cropped by the max color value 1.
                Due to the color croppig it has a plattue
                around the point where the green peak would apper.
                Then the function domain is cropped 
                with 300/400 = 0.75 by X
                and  500/600 = 0.83 by Y.
                Therefore we don't see yellow and white.
                GS paint it fine.
                CPSI has a bad smoothing and a linear gradient instead the plattue.

12-14S-1  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-14S-2  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-14S-3  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

12-14T-1  OK	fixed

12-14T-2  OK	fixed

12-14U-1  OK	

12-14U-2  OK	

12-14U-3  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

13-01-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

13-01-2  OK

13-01-3  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

13-01-4  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

13-01-5  OK	

13-01-6  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by HAS

13-01-7  OK	rev 7617.

13-02-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

13-02-10  OK	rev 7617.

13-02-2  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

13-02-3  OK	

13-02-4  OK	

13-02-5  OK  	Fixed as of rev. 7583.

13-02-6  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

13-02-7  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

13-02-8  OK	

13-02-9  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by HAS

13-03-1  OK	

13-03-2  DIFF	show error incomformity.
		{{/a /b add } (abc) cshow} stopped
                returns only true on the stack. assign: Peter

13-03-3  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

13-03-4  OK  	Matches Tek hardcopy. PhotoPRINT appication we use for testing
		redefines halftone operations as no-op, which is wrong and
                cannot be considered a reference implementation. - Alex

13-03-5  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

13-03-6  OK	

13-03-7  OK	Color corrected by rev 7172.

13-03-8  AOK	Same as cash21, look30 : ustrokepath ending point.

13-04-1  AOK	Analyzed by Igor.
		CPSI prints an incomplete page.
		GS raster matches Tek except (1) different order 
		of keys in a dictionary forall (implementation dependent),
		and (2) tek has an incorrect value FontType -1.

13-04-2  OK	

13-04-3  OK	

13-05-1  OK	

13-05-2  OK	

13-05-3  AOK	Adobe's interpreters accept a read-only font dictionary as a
		valid argument of definefont and modify it anyway. This is a
		bug that we will not emulate. (r7165 by Alex + comment by
		Peter)

13-05-4  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by HAS

13-06-1  OK  	Fixed in rev. 7163. - Alex

13-06-2  OK	

13-07-1  OK	

13-07-2  OK  	Adjust error reporting from findfont procedure to match
                Distiller 5 and CET 13-06.PS.tek360 . The PhotoPrint product
                is clearly wrong here leaving a few objects on the stack
                besides the arguments when findfont fails. rev. 7164 - Alex

13-07-3  OK	

13-08-1  OK	Fixed by r7642.

13-09-1  OK	Fixed by r7642.

13-10-1  OK	

13-10-2  OK	

13-10-3  OK	

13-10-4  OK	

13-10-5  OK  	Works for me in rev. 7543 - Alex.

13-10-6  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

13-10-7  OK	

13-10-8  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by HAS. Color corrected by rev 7172.

13-10-9  OK	rev 7617.

13-11-1  OK	

13-12-1  OK	

13-12-10  OK	rev 7617.

13-12-2  OK	

13-12-3  OK	

13-12-4  OK

13-12-5  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

13-12-6  OK  	Matches Tek hardcopy, same as 13-03-4

13-12-7  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

13-12-8  OK	

13-12-9  OK	Color corrected by rev 7172.

13-13-1  OK	

13-13-2  OK	

13-13-3  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by HAS 
                (large diff count because of minor color diffs)

13-13-4  OK	Color corrected by rev 7172.

13-13-5  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by HAS 

13-13-6 OK

13-13-7  OK	

13-13-8  OK	Color corrected by rev 7172. Fixed by rev 7617.

13-14-1  AOK	same as 13-04-1

13-14-2  OK	

13-14-3  OK	

13-15-1  OK	

13-15-2  OK	Color corrected by rev 7172. 

13-15-3  OK

13-15-4  OK	

13-15-5  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by HAS

13-16-1  OK	

13-16-2  OK	

13-16-3  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

13-16-4  OK	

13-16-5  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

13-16-6  OK	

13-16-7  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

13-16-8  OK	

13-16-9  OK	rev 7617.

13-17-1  OK	Corrected by 7152 and 7162.  ADC

13-17-2  OK	Corrected by 7152 and 7162.  ADC

13-17-3  OK	Corrected by 7152 and 7162.  ADC

13-17-4  OK	Corrected by 7152 and 7162.  ADC

13-17-5  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

13-17-6  OK	Corrected by 7152 and 7162.  ADC

13-17-7  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

13-17-8  OK	rev 7617.

13-18-1  OK

13-18-10  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

13-18-11  OK	rev 7617.

13-18-2  OK

13-18-3  OK

13-18-4  OK

13-18-5  OK	

13-18-6  OK

13-18-7  OK

13-18-8  OK

13-18-9  OK

13-19-1  AOK	GS has a better stroke adjustment. not impotant. Analyzed by Igor.

13-19-2  AOK	Same as 13-19-1. Analyzed by Igor.

13-19-3  AOK 	Same as 13-19-1. Analyzed by Igor.

13-19-4  AOK	Same as 13-19-1. Analyzed by Igor.

13-19-5  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

13-19-6  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

13-19-7  OK	rev 7617.

13-20-1  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

13-20-2  OK  	

13-20-3  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

13-20-4  OK	

13-20-5  OK	Corrected by 7152 and 7162.  ADC

13-20-6  OK	rev 7617.

13-21-1  OK	Fixed by r7642.

13-22-1  OK

13-22-2  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

13-22-3  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

13-22-4  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

13-22-5  OK	Color corrected by rev 7172.

13-22-6  OK	rev 7617.

13-23-1  OK	GS matches CPSI and Tek when Adobe fonts are used.
		With URW or UFST fonts, an extra line under /ordfeminine and
		/ordmasculine characters shows as well as slightly different
		appearance of other characters. This is a font issue and must
		be resolved by the font vendor chosen for the implementation.

13-24-1  OK

13-24-2  AOK	An unimportant difference in the character cache logics. Analyzed by Igor.

13-24-3  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

13-24-4  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

13-24-5  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by Igor.

13-24-6  AOK	Same as cash21, look30 : ustrokepath ending point.

13-25-1  OK

13-25-2  OK	Fixed as of r7610 (when run with -dLOCALFONTS).

13-25-3  OK	

13-26-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

13-26-2  OK	

13-26-3  OK	

13-26-4  OK  	Fixed in rev. 7562. - Alex

13-26-5  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

13-26-6  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

13-26-7  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

13-26-8  AOK	Minor differences in colors - ADC

13-26-9  OK	rev 7617.

13-27-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

13-27-2  OK

13-27-3  OK	rev 7542.

13-27-4  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

13-27-5  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

13-27-6  OK	

13-27-7  AOK	Minor differences in colors - ADC

13-27-8  OK	rev 7617.

13-28-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

13-28-2  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

13-28-3  OK

13-28-4  OK	rev 7542.

13-28-5  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

13-28-6  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

13-28-7  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

13-28-8  AOK	Minor differences in colors - ADC

13-28-9  OK	rev 7617.

13-29-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

13-29-2  OK

13-29-3  OK	rev 7542.

13-29-4  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

13-29-5  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

13-29-6  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

13-29-7  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by Igor.

13-29-8  OK	rev 7617.

14-01-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

14-01-10  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

14-01-11  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

14-01-12  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

14-01-13  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

14-01-14  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

14-01-15  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

14-01-2  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

14-01-3  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

14-01-4  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

14-01-5  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

14-01-6  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

14-01-7  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

14-01-8  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

14-01-9  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

14-02-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

14-02-2  OK	

14-03-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

14-03-2  OK

14-03-3  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

14-04-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

14-04-2  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

14-05-1  OK	

14-05-2  OK	

14-06-1  OK	

14-07-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

14-08-1  OK	Color corrected by rev 7172.

14-08-10  OK	Corrected by 7152 and 7162.  ADC

14-08-11  OK	Corrected by 7152 and 7162.  ADC

14-08-12  OK	Corrected by 7152 and 7162.  ADC

14-08-13  OK	Corrected by 7152 and 7162.  ADC

14-08-14  OK	Corrected by 7152 and 7162.  ADC

14-08-15  OK	Corrected by 7152 and 7162.  ADC

14-08-16  OK	Corrected by 7152 and 7162.  ADC

14-08-17  OK	A minor difference in color. Analyzed by Igor.

14-08-18  OK	Color corrected by rev 7172.

14-08-19  OK	A minor difference in color. Analyzed by Igor.

14-08-2  OK	Color corrected by rev 7172.

14-08-20  OK	A minor difference in color. Analyzed by Igor.

14-08-21  OK	A minor difference in color. Analyzed by Igor.

14-08-22  OK	A minor difference in color. Analyzed by Igor.

14-08-23  OK	Color corrected by rev 7172.

14-08-24  OK	A minor difference in color. Analyzed by Igor.

14-08-3  OK	A minor difference in color. Analyzed by Igor.

14-08-4  OK	Color corrected by rev 7172.

14-08-5  OK	A minor difference in color. Analyzed by Igor.

14-08-6  OK	Color corrected by rev 7172.

14-08-7  OK	A minor difference in color. Analyzed by Igor.

14-08-8  OK	Colors corrected by rev 7172.

14-08-9  OK	Corrected by 7152 and 7162.  ADC

14-09-1  OK	

14-09-2  OK	

14-09-3  OK	

14-09-4  OK	

14-10-1  OK	

14-10-2  OK	

14-10-3  OK	

14-10-4  OK	

14-11-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

14-11-2  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

14-12-1  OK	

14-12-2  OK	

14-12-3  AOK	A glyph positioning difference. 
		Analyzed by Igor.
		I believe it is CPSI problem.
		A simplified test is placed to 
		peeves:/home/igor/pscet/mytests/14-12-3-Igor01.PS 
		With this test CPSI prints :
		.
		aaaa1:
		Helvetica
		has WMode
		def:/Helvetica-Oblique
		1
		defined:1
		aaaa2:
		Helvetica
		nas no WMode
		.
		Thus the redefinition of the font Helvetica
		is dropped when Helvetica-Oblique is redefined.
		It is an incorrect behavior.
		Due to that the cshow procedure prints 
		currentfont /WMode like this :
		[1 1 /U /U /U /U 1 1 0 0 0 0] 
		The right result must be :
		[1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0]
		Using the wrong WMode, glyph placements
		are wrong with CPSI.
		Tek paints something different,
		which is closer to Ghostscript,
		but looks wrong again.
		.
		Some tips for those who wants to analyze it :
		1. Font_Dict is a FMap 2 font with 8 descendents :
		1.0. Times-Roman
		1.1. Type3WMode0  (paints rectangles with size depending on char code);
		1.2. Type3WMode1  (same as above but with WMode 1)
		1.3. Type0Font1 2 scalefont - the test doesn't use it.
		1.4. FMAP2 - a FMap 2 font [ Helvetica, Helvetica-Bold, Helvetica-Oblique, Helvetica-BoldOblique]
		1.5. FMAP4 [Symbol, Symbol 2 scalefont] - the test doesn't use it.
		1.6. FMAP5 [Courier, , , ]  - the test doesn't use it.
		1.7. FMap6 [Helvetica, ...]  - the test doesn't use it.
		2. All 1st level descendent fonts above has WMode = DescendentWMode = 1
		3. Helvetica, Helvetica-Bold, Helvetica-Oblique, Helvetica-BoldOblique
		   are built into the font above aftyer redefinition with find&mod,
		   which changes WMode like this :
		   Helvetica WMode 1 
		   Helvetica-Bold WMode 0
		   Helvetica-Oblique WMode 1
		   Helvetica-BoldOblique WMode 0
		4. The text string is decomposed like this :
		   2A 2a 40A 40a 41A 41a 42A 42a 43A 43a 1A 1A
		   The 1st byte selects the 1st level descendent,
		   then it tripples the 2nd byte selects the 2nd level descendent.
		5. We believe that WMode of the leaf font only have sence.

14-12-4  OK	

14-12-5  AOK	Same as 14-12-3.

14-12-6  AOK	Same as 14-12-3.

14-13-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

14-13-2  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

14-14-1  OK	

15-01-1  OK	Fixed as of Nov 4 2005

15-01-2  OK	Minor rasterizing differences. -Tor

15-02-1  OK	Fixed as of rev 7598.

15-02-2  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

15-03-1  OK	Fixed as of Nov 4 2005

15-04-1  AOK	GS has -12dict- and CPSI has -11dict- in debug text. Different checksum. The
		font dictionary debug for GS has one more key: /OrigFont.
	 I think these differences are harmless, and are not particularly easy to fix. If we do decide it needs fixing, Peter is a good choice. - Raph

15-04-2  AOK	Different checksum. The font dictionary debug for GS has more keys: /OrigFont and /FontInfo.
	 See 15-04-1 - Raph

15-04-3  AOK	Different checksum. The font dictionary debug for GS has one more key: /OrigFont.
	 See 15-04-1 - Raph

15-05-1  OK	Fixed when tested with 7210

15-05-2  OK	Fixed when tested with 7210

15-05-3  OK	Color corrected by rev 7172.

15-06-1  OK	Corrected by rev 7172.

15-07-1  OK 	Minor rasterizing differences. -Tor

15-08-1  OK	Fixed in r7156 - Raph

15-09-1  OK 	Minor rasterizing differences. Stroke width difference. -Tor

15-09-2  OK	Minor rasterizing differences. -Tor

15-09-3  OK	Minor rasterizing differences. -Tor

15-10-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

15-10-2  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

15-10-3  OK	Minor rasterizing differences. -Tor

15-10-4  OK	Minor rasterizing differences. -Tor

15-11-1  OK  	Fixed by rev. 7806. - Alex

15-14-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

15-15-1  OK	Minor rasterizing differences. -Tor

16-01-1  AOK	glyphs 19-22 : Tiny gaps between almost adjoining black rectangles; 
		output will vary from device to device to device, and our rendering is valid. 
		Glyphs 207, 208: reverse video in Adobe output, likely Adobe bug.
		Simplified tests are placed at 
		peeves:/home/igor/pscet/mytests/16-01/ 
                A patch for emulating such behavior is placed at
                peeves:/home/igor/pscet/mypatches/16-01-Igor-01.txt 
                We won't commit that patch.
                Suggesting to give the patch to the customer as a separate product.

16-02-1  AOK	Same as 16-01-1.

16-03-1  OK	Fixed by rev 7172.

16-03-2	 OK

16-03-3	 OK

16-03-4  OK	Now appears correct - Raph

16-04-1  OK  	Fixed by rev. 7686 - Alex

16-05-1  OK	Color corrected by rev 7172

16-05-2  DIFF	Three smallest sizes are slanted squares in gs, same shape as larger ones in Adobe. 
		Also USE_ADOBE_CMYK_RGB issue - Raph
		assign: Ray

16-05-3  OK	Color corrected by rev 7172.

16-06-1  OK	trivial font rendering diff - Raph

16-07-1  OK	Checked by Raph

16-08-1  OK	Fixed in r7156 - Raph

16-09-1  OK

16-10-1  AOK	Same as 16-01-1.

16-10-2  AOK	Same as 16-01-1.

16-10-3  AOK	Same as 16-01-1.

16-11-1  OK	Fixed by rev 7172.

16-14-1  OK	

16-15-1  OK

16-16-1  OK	

17-01-1  OK	

17-01-2  OK	Fixed as of rev 7598.

17-01-3  OK	Fixed in rev 7630 (Peter)

17-01-4  OK	Fixed as of rev 7598.

17-01-5  OK	

17-01-6  AOK	Matches Tek. CPSI different.

17-01-7  AOK 	Matches Tek and Distiller 5. CPSI is different and wrong,
                The test exercises ineofill operator and can be easily checked
                visually by modifying the test to fill the current path.

17-01-8  OK	

17-02-1  OK	

17-02-2  OK	Fixed as of rev. 7598.

17-02-3  OK	Same as 17-01-3

17-02-4  OK	Fixed as of rev 7598.

17-02-5  OK	

17-02-6  AOK 	Same as 17-01-6 but tests infill instead of ineofill.
                Matches Tek and Distiller 5. CPSI is different and wrong,

17-02-7  AOK 	Same as 17-01-6 but tests infill instead of ineofill.
                Matches Tek and Distiller 5. CPSI is different and wrong,

17-02-8  OK	

17-03-1  OK	

17-03-2  DIFF	GS has curves where CPSI has straight lines. Also GS differs in marker symbols.
		Note Tek has _different_ straight line pattern and marker symbols.
		This is not identified as "Device Dependent" in the test.
		curve flatness used to draw lines.  Assign: ray

17-03-3  OK	Same as 17-01-3

17-03-4  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

17-03-5  DIFF	Similar to 17-01-6 but tests instroke. The insideness testing is OK
                but the pattern phase is different from Tek and CPSI. assign: Ray

17-03-6  OK	

17-04-1  OK	

17-04-2  AOK 	The test is unreasonable. The test checks whether a point is in
		the user path (using inueofill operator) but places many of
                the points on the boundary of the path where insideness is
                affected by rounding errors. When the point is inside the path,
                a small black circle is drawn around the point. The test is
                performed for different CTM.
                -
		Ghostscript skips some of the points at low resolution but
                draws all expected points at 300 dpi and above.
                -
                CPSI, Tek, and Distiller 5 are all different and skip different
                points depending on the current CTM. - Alex

17-04-3  OK	same as 17-02-3

17-04-4  OK	

17-04-5  OK	

17-05-1  OK	

17-05-2  AOK 	Similar to 17-04-2 but testing inufill. - Alex

17-05-3  OK	Same as 17-01-3

17-05-4  OK	

17-05-5  OK	

17-06-1  OK	

17-06-2  AOK 	Similar to 17-04-2 but testing inustroke. Placing the dots in
		middle of the stroke is reasonable but some of the dots are
                placed at the end of the line where their relative position
                depends on the rounding errors. Ghostscript generates
                correct results above 300 dpi. CPSI and Tek miss some
                points, - Alex

17-06-3  OK	Fixed as of rev 7636.

17-06-4  OK	

18-01A-1  AOK	Minor difference in the font size.
		Note: patterns are resolution dependent,

18-01A-2  OK    Minor differences visually reviewed by HAS.

18-01A-3  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

18-01A-4  OK	

18-01A-5  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

18-01A-6  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

18-01A-7  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

18-01B-1  DIFF	The word "FORM" in the magenta oval throughout the test
                is white with cpsi and gray with gs.  (repeats). - color saturation problem.
                assign Tim

18-01B-2  DIFF	(18-01B-1) lower right graphic cpsi has red lines where gs has white. (assign Raph).
		The locations of squares are shifted in this pattern.  Distiller/Acrobat
		7.0 reports error 'incorrect number of values for setcolor operator'.
		This is probaly related to the problem for 12-01-5.  See Jan's
		email analysis of that problem.  (He reports a problem with pattern
		shifts with patterns.)

18-01C-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

18-02A-1  DIFF	pattern size differs first row of graphics. assign Tim

18-02A-2  OK    Minor differences visually reviewed by HAS. Color corrected by rev 7172.

18-02A-3  OK    Minor differences visually reviewed by HAS.

18-02A-4  OK	Reviewed by Raph. Probably fixed by r7114.

18-02B-1  OK    Minor differences visually reviewed by HAS.

18-02B-10  AOK	18-02A-4 repeat
	   Fill rule is ok, shadings sharper in GS than Adobe. - Raph
	Per conversation with Ray, we have decided that our rendering
	of these shadings (which have discontinuities) is more correct
	than Adobe. Also note that for test 9, Tek and GS match, but
	CPSI doesn't.

18-02B-11  DIFF	18-02A-4 repeat
	   Fill rule is ok. Test 1, 4 shadings sharper in GS than Adobe.
	   Test 9-12 colors darker in Adobe than GS. - Assign Tim

18-02B-12  DIFF	18-02A-4 repeat
	   Fill rule is ok. Test 1-3, 11 colors darker in Adobe.
	   Test 12 colors lighter in Adobe. - Raph
           assign Tim

18-02B-13  DIFF	18-02A-4 repeat
	   Fill rule is ok. Test 1-6 colors different as above. Raph
           assign Tim

18-02B-2  OK	

18-02B-3  OK    Minor differences visually reviewed by HAS.

18-02B-4  OK    Minor differences visually reviewed by HAS.

18-02B-5  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

18-02B-6  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

18-02B-7  DIFF	18-02A-4 repeat
	Fill rule is ok.
	Test 8-12 colors darker in Adobe than GS. - Raph
        assign Tim

18-02B-8  OK	Probably fixed by r7114.

18-02B-9  AOK	18-02A-4 repeat
	Fill rule is ok, shadings sharper in GS than Adobe. - Raph

18-02C-1  DIFF	Partialy fixed by rev. 7738.
                Adobe doesn't restore operands of rectfill operator when
                an error happen in the PaintProc function but
                Ghostscript does. assign: Alex

18-02D-1  OK  	Fixed by rev. 7738. - Alex

18-02E-1  DIFF	much of postscript dump missing in gs. assign Ray
		Ghostscript doesn't detect color operators in uncolored
                pattern.

18-02E-2  DIFF	much of postscript dump missing in gs. assign Ray
		Ghostscript doesn't detect color operators in uncolored
                pattern.

18-02F-1  OK    Minor differences visually reviewed by HAS.

18-02F-2  DIFF	pattern in third row of graphics out of phase.  assign Tim

18-02F-3  DIFF	18-02A-4 repeat
                repeat of AOK problem assign Tim

18-02F-4  OK	Fixed before Nov 3 (after Oct 2).

18-02F-5  DIFF	18-02A-4 repeat
                repeat of AOK problem assign Tim

18-02G-1  DIFF	strokepath different - assign: Igor.
		-
                pattern differs in 4th column of stars in the last box.
                Analyzed by Igor.
                See also 12-01-5.
                A simplified test case is placed to
                peeves:/home/igor/pscet/mytests/18-02G-1-Igor01.PS .
                This is a general pattern implementation problem.
                The test defines a pattern with TESTPROC,
                and then applyes this pattern for creating another pattern 
                Inf71ColorPattern. Doing the 2nd step, Ghostscript 
                instantiates the 1st pattern in the 2nd pattern's space.
                Contrary to that, CPSI instantiates the 1st pattern
                in the device space when instantiating the 2st pattern.
                Thus the overall pattern period with CPSI is a multiple
                of periods of the 1st and the 2nd patterns.
                This problem may be fixed for Ghostscript
                with implementing high level patterns for
                clist and raster devices.
                It would be a significant development,
                which we currently have no time for.
                Passing to Ray for schedulling.
                assign: Ray.

18-02G-2  OK	Fixed by r7123.

18-02G-3  AOK	Minor differences visually reviewed by HAS.

19-01-1  OK	

19-01-2  OK	

19-02-1  OK	

19-02-2  OK	

19-02-3  OK	

19-03-1  OK	

19-03-2  OK	

19-03-3  OK	

19-04-1  OK	

19-04-2  OK	

19-05-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

19-05-2  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

19-05-3  OK	

19-06-1  OK	

19-06-2  OK	

19-07-1  OK	

19-07-2  OK	

19-08-1  OK	

19-08-2  OK	

19-09-1  OK	

19-09-2  OK	

19-09-3  OK	

19-10-1  OK	

19-10-2  OK	

19-11-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

19-11-2  OK	

19-12-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

19-12-2  OK	

19-13-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

19-13-2  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

19-13-3  OK	

19-14-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

19-14-2  OK	

20-01-1  OK  	Fixed in rev. 7712. - Alex

20-01-2  AOK 	GS prints { 1 2 3 } [ 1 2 3 ] (1 2 3) where CPSI prints { 1 2 3 } [mark /1 -3array- ] and (   )
		i.e. CPSI modifies the content of the array arguments when operator >> fails.
                Ghostscript matches Tek and Distiller 5. This is a bug in CPSI we don't
                want to reproduce. - Alex 

20-01-3  OK	

20-02-1  OK	Looks okay. -Tor

20-02-2  OK     Fixed by rev. 7829. - Alex

20-02-3  OK	Color corrected by rev 7172.

20-03-1  OK	

20-03-2  OK	

20-04-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

20-04-2  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

20-04-3  OK	Color corrected by rev 7172.

20-05-1  OK	

20-05-2  OK	

20-06-1  OK	

20-06-2  OK	

20-07-1  OK	

20-07-2  OK	

20-08-1  OK	

20-08-2  OK	

20-08-3  OK	

20-09-1  OK	

20-09-2  OK	

20-09-3  OK	

20-10-1  OK	

20-10-2  OK	

20-11-1  OK	fixed incidentally.

20-11-2  OK	fixed incidentally.

20-11-3  OK	

20-12-1  OK	Looks okay. -Tor

20-12-2  OK	

20-13-1  OK	Looks okay. -Tor

20-13-2  OK	Color corrected by rev 7172.

20-14-1  OK	GS matches Tek hardcopy. (Peter->Ray)

20-14-2  OK	Color corrected by rev 7172.

20-15-1  OK     Fixed by rev. 7713. - Alex

20-15-2  OK	

20-16-1  OK	Looks okay. -Tor

20-16-2  OK	Color corrected by rev 7172.

20-17-1  OK	

20-17-2  OK	

20-18-1  OK	Looks okay. -Tor

20-18-2  OK	Color corrected by rev 7172.

20-19-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

20-19-2  OK	Color corrected by rev 7172.

20-20-1  OK  	GS matches Tek and CPSI as of rev. 7741.

20-20-2  OK	

20-21-1  OK	

20-21-2  OK	

20-22-1  OK	

20-22-2  OK	

20-22-3  OK	

20-23-1  OK  	Tek and CPSI don't have /deviceinfo. Availability of this operator
                on Ghostscript deprnds on gs_dps device. Rev. 7723 undefines it in
		gs_cet.ps to pass the test regardless of the configuration. - Alex

20-23-2  OK	

20-24-1  OK	

20-24-2  OK	

20-25-1  OK     

20-25-2  OK	

20-25-3  OK	

20-26-1  OK	

20-26-2  OK	

20-27-1  AOK 	This test check the content of the $error dictionary.
		The content varies depending on the code executed before.
                There's no error on CPSI, as it was stated before, The
                value of /errorname is an error name, which is always
                printed as white on black by the test program. - Alex

20-27-2  OK	

21-01-1  OK	

21-01-2  OK	

21-02-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

21-02-2  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

21-02-3 OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

21-03-1  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

21-03-2  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

21-03-3  OK	

21-04-1  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

21-04-2  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

21-04-3  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

21-05-1  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

21-05-2  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

21-05-3  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

21-06-1  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

21-06-2  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC2

21-06-3  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

21-07-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

21-07-2  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

21-07-3  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

21-08-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

21-08-2  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

21-08-3  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

21-09-1  OK	

21-09-2  OK	

21-10-1  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

21-10-2  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

21-11-1  OK	

21-11-2  OK	Fixed as of rev 7598.

21-11-3  OK	Fixed as of rev 7616.

21-11-4  OK	

21-11-5  OK	

21-11-6  DIFF	Differences in error messages for operator token - ADC
                assign Peter

21-11-7  OK	Corrected by 7152 and 7162.  ADC

22-01-1  OK	

22-01-2  OK	

22-02-1  OK	

22-02-2  OK	

22-03-1  OK	

22-03-2  OK	

22-04-1  OK	

22-04-2  OK	

22-05-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

22-05-2  OK	

22-06-1  OK	

22-06-2  OK	

22-07-1  OK	

22-07-2  OK	

22-07-3  OK	

22-08-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

22-08-2  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

22-08-3  OK	Visually OK SK small variations in tiny colour cube.

22-09-1  OK	

22-09-2  OK	

22-10-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by HAS

22-10-2  OK	

22-10-3  OK	

22-11-1  OK	

22-11-2  OK	

22-12-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

22-12-2  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

22-13-1  OK	

22-13-2  OK	

22-13-3  OK	

22-13-4  OK	

23-01-1  OK	

23-01-2  OK	

23-02-1  OK	

23-02-2  OK	

23-03-1  AOK	Device Dependent: Test checks for 'bytesavailable' on 'currentfile'.
		This is generally not supported from %stdin.

23-03-2  OK	

23-04-1  OK	

23-04-2  OK	

23-05-1  OK	

23-05-2  OK	

23-06-1  OK	

23-06-2  OK	

23-07-1  OK	Fixed by rev. 7442

23-07-2  AOK	There is still a diff in 23-07-2 in that the contents of our resource 
                category dictionaries (in this case, the Generic dictionary) are different
                from the Adobe interpreters: we and Adobe have different implementation-specific
                (non-PLRM) entries, and the PLRM-documented procedures (FindResource, etc.)
                are different.  This is inherently implementation-dependent and does not
                affect any real program, so no further changes are needed. (Peter)

23-07-3  OK	Fixed by rev. 7442

23-07-4  OK	

23-08-1  OK	

23-09-1  DIFF	The first bytesavailable diff is identified as "highly device dependent".
                As such, I recommend discounting it.  No real program will rely on the
                result.
                -
                The two invalidaccess diffs occur because the reference implementation does
                not allow PostScript programs to open files for writing.  This is not a gs
                bug, but it does suggest that gs should provide some way to indicate/detect
                that it is running in an embedded environment with no (writable) filesystem.
                Does this exist already?
                -
                The remaining 3 diffs occur because gs implements %null as a special file
                name and the reference implementation apparently doesn't, per a previous
                e-mail.
                -
                assign: ray

23-10-1  AOK	Device Dependent: GS looks like it is working similar to CPSI ot
		Tek, but all three differ. RJJ

23-10-2  OK	

23-11-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

23-12A-1  OK	

23-12A-2  OK	

23-12A-3  AOK   The discrepancies are in the length of the encoded
                string produced by the ASCII85Encode and
                RunLengthEncode filter respectively.  These filters
                have some discretion in their output -- ASCII85Encode
                must insert a \n at least every 80 characters, but may
                insert one more often, and RunLengthEncode is not
                required to produce maximum-length runs -- and it
                appears that gs's implementation of these filters
                produces output that is 1 byte shorter than Adobe's in
                some cases.  gs's output is (also) correct -- the CET
                verifies it by decoding it and comparing against the
                original. (peter)

23-12A-4  AOK	same resolution as 23-12A-3.

23-12B-1  DIFF	GS gets "-file- ( ioerror --readstring--" on FAX_6 test. Last
		image of top row missing, others may be shifted. assign: Peter

23-12C-1  OK	

23-12C-2  OK	

23-12C-3  OK	

23-12D-1  OK	Fixed incidentally

23-12D-2  OK	Fixed incidentally

23-12D-3  OK	Fixed incidentally

23-12D-4  OK	Fixed incidentally

23-12E-1  AOK	Device Dependent: Test says "length can vary due to multiple valid
		methods". GS differs by 1 to 5 in results (hope that's close enough)
		RJJ

23-12E-2  AOK	(Peter) 7605 fixes ioerror and incorrect output problems.
                -
                "There are still discrepancies in the length of the
                compressed data, for the same reason as 23-12A-3 et
                al.  In this case, gs's implementation is slightly
                inferior to Adobe's (about 6% larger compressed data
                in the worst case on the CET page), probably because
                in the mixed 1- and 2-D case, we don't bother to
                compress each line both ways and use whichever method
                produces the smaller output."

23-12E-3  OK	Device Dependent: minor position/stairstep differences, but visually
		equivalent to Tek. RJJ.

23-12E-4  OK	Device Dependent: minor position/stairstep differences, but visually
		equivalent to Tek. RJJ.

23-12E-5  DIFF	GS has lower three graphics 'squashed' horizontally. assign: Ray

23-12E-6  DIFF	GS has lower three graphics as .step-pyramids'. assign: Ray

23-12E-7  OK	

23-12F-1  OK	

23-12G-1  AOK	same as 23-12A-3 (peter)

23-12G-2  AOK	same as 23-12A-3 (peter)

23-12G-3  OK	

23-12H-1  OK	

23-12I-1  OK.	Fix from Peter

23-12I-2  OK.   Fix from Peter

23-12J-1  OK	

23-12J-2  OK	

23-12J-3  OK	

23-12J-4  OK	

23-12K-1  OK	Fixed as of r7500.

23-12K-2  OK  	Fixed by rev 7808. - Alex

23-12L-1  AOK	same as 23-12A-3

23-12M-1  AOK	same as 23-12A-3

23-12N-1  AOK	same as 23-12A-3

23-12O-1  AOK	same as 23-12A-3

23-12O-2  OK	Fixed by rev 7489.

23-12P-1  AOK	same as 23-12A-3

23-12P-2  OK	Fixed by rev 7489.

23-12Q-1  OK	

23-12R-1  OK	

23-12S-1  OK	

23-12T-1  OK	

23-12U-1  OK	Fixed as of r7500.

23-12V-1  OK	Fixed as of r7500.

23-12W-1  OK	Fixed as of r7500.

23-12W-2  OK	Fixed as of rev 7636.

23-12W-3  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

23-12W-4  OK  	Matches Tek hardcopy. CPSI-based PhotoPrint product ignores
                sethalftone and cannot be a reference implementation here. 

23-12W-5  OK	Fixed by rev 7149.

23-12W-6  OK	Fixed as of r7500.

23-13-1  OK	Fixed as of r7610 (when run with -dLOCALFONTS).

23-13-2  AOK	Device Dependent: GS has more entries for Filter, ColorSpace
		page fills before ImageType and PatternType shown.

23-13-3  DIFF	Device Dependent: GS has different Resource Categories and also
		has different number of columns. Assign: Ray for further analysis

23-13-4  AOK 	Ghostscript has extra keys in the font dictionary. PLRM says that
		implementations can add specific keys. Rev. 7724 - Alex

23-13-5  OK	Fixed by rev 7442.

23-13-6  OK	

23-14-1  OK	

23-14-2  OK	

23-15-1  OK	

23-15-2  OK	

23-16-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

23-16-2  OK	

23-17-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

23-17-2  AOK	Probably fixed with 23-17-3

23-17-3  AOK	Fixed see 23-29-2, 23-36-3 and 23-36-4

23-18-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

23-18-2  OK	

23-19-1  OK	

23-19-2  OK	

23-20-1  OK	Fixed by rev. 7809. - Alex

23-20-2  OK	

23-21-1  OK  	Fixed in rev. 7140. - Alex.

23-21-2  OK	

23-22-1  OK  	Fixed in rev. 7143. - Alex.

23-22-2  OK	

23-23-1  OK  	Fixed in rev. 7144. - Alex.

23-24-1  OK	

23-24-2  OK	

23-25-1  DIFF	GS gets 'undefinedfilename' error. Tek and CPSI do not. Assign: Ray

23-25-2  DIFF	GS gets 'undefined' error during defineresource.  (PLRM3 requires
		CIDSystemInfo).  Device Dependent: CPSI doesn't define Localization
		category. Needs Tek hardcopy. Assign: Ray

23-25-3  DIFF	GS close to Tek, but stack contents when 'stackunderflow' reported
		differs. GS reports 'undefinedresource' vs. 'typecheck' of Tek.
		Different error and stack from ((FNT1) {cvn} () resourceforall).
		Needs Tek hardcopy. Assign: Ray

23-25-4  OK	

23-25-5  OK	

23-25-6  OK	

23-25-7  OK	

23-26-1  OK	

23-26-2  OK	Fixed before Oct 2.

23-26-3  AOK	Device Dependent: GS has more entries for Filter, ColorSpace
		page fills before ImageType and PatternType shown. Same as 23-13-2.

23-26-4  OK	Adobe interpreters have resoursestatus as an operator but report errors
		in the executable name. Since rev. 7619 we do the same. - Alex

23-26-5  OK	

23-26-6  OK	

23-28-1  OK  	Fixed in rev. 7146. - Alex.

23-29-1  OK	

23-29-2  OK	fixed in rev. 7232 (Peter)

23-29-3  OK	

23-30-1  OK	

23-30-2  OK	

23-31-1  OK	Matches Tek hardcopy. RJJ (CPSI differs)

23-31-2  OK	

23-32-1  OK	

23-32-2  DIFF	'token' error inconformity. 
		Environment dependent (a virtual address in the printing).
		assign: Peter

23-32-3  OK	Fixed as of rev 7598.

23-32-4  OK	fixed in rev 7672 (Peter)

23-32-5  OK	

23-32-6  OK	

23-33-1  AOK	Device Dependent: status and number of Font, Encoding, and
		ColorSpaceFamily resources pre-loaded differs between CPSI and
                Tek and Ghostscript. (this is not a problem).

23-33-2  OK	GS matches Tek hardcopy. CPSI shows "0 -1 T" in last line.

23-33-3  OK  	Fixed in rev. 7620 - Alex

23-33-4  OK	Fixed in rev. 7620 - Alex

23-33-5  OK     Fixed in rev. 7619; See 23-26-4 for details. - Alex.

23-33-6  OK	

23-34-1  OK	

23-34-2  OK	

23-35-1  OK	

23-35-2  OK	

23-35-3  OK	

23-36-1  OK	

23-36-2  OK	Fixed in r7631 Peter

23-36-3  AOK    fixed in rev. 7232 (Peter)

23-36-4  OK	fixed in rev. 7232 (Peter)

23-37-1  OK	

23-37-2  OK	

23-37-3  OK	

24-01-1  OK	

24-01-2  OK	

24-02-1  OK	

24-02-2  OK	

24-02-3  OK	

24-03-1  OK	

24-03-2  OK	

24-04-1  OK	

24-04-2  OK	

24-05-1  OK	Fixed by Alex, rev. 7131.

24-05-2  AOK	Fixed by Alex, rev. 7131. except that Adobe interpreters have
                a bug when "1234556789 10 ( ) cvrs" restores the stack as
                "123456789 ( ) ( )" Ghostscript doesn't have this bug.
		Since we don't want to put in a bug, this will be an anomaly.

24-05-3  OK	

24-06-1  OK	

24-06-2  OK  	Fixed by Alex, rev. 7131.

24-06-3  OK	

24-07-1  OK	

24-07-2  OK	

24-08-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

24-08-2  OK	

24-08-3  OK	

24-09-1  OK

24-09-2  OK	

24-09-3  OK	

24-10-1  OK	

24-10-2  OK	

24-10-3  OK	

24-11-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

24-11-2  OK	

24-11-3  OK	

24-12-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

24-12-2  OK	

24-13-1  OK	

24-13-2  OK	

24-13-3  OK	Fixed by r7642.

24-14-1  OK	

24-14-2  OK	

25-01-1  OK	

25-01-2  OK	

25-02-1  OK	

25-02-2  OK	

25-03-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

25-03-2  OK	

25-04-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

25-04-2  OK	

25-05-1  OK	GS matches Tek hardcopy. Fixed by rev 7140.
		GS has more accurate (and correct) sin/cos functions than CPSI

25-05-2  OK	

25-06-1  OK	

25-06-2  OK	

25-07-1  OK	Fixed by rev 7139.

25-07-2  OK	

25-08-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

25-08-2  OK	

25-09-1  OK	Fixed by rev 7225.

25-09-2  OK	Fixed by rev 7224.

25-10-1  OK	GS matches Tek hardcopy. Fixed by rev 7140.

25-10-2  OK	

25-11-1  OK	GS matches Tek hardcopy. Fixed by rev 7140.
		GS has more accurate (and correct) sin/cos functions than CPSI

25-11-2  OK	

25-12-1  OK	

25-12-2  OK	

25-13-1  OK  	Fixed - Alex.

25-13-2  OK	

25-14-1  OK	

25-14-2  OK	

25-15-1  OK	

25-15-2  OK	

25-16-1  OK	

25-16-2  OK	

25-16-3  OK	

25-17-1  OK	

25-17-2  OK	

25-18-1  OK	GS matches Tek hardcopy. Fixed by rev 7140.
		GS has more accurate (and correct) sin/cos functions than CPSI

25-18-2  OK	

25-19-1  OK  	Works for me in rev. 7149.

25-19-2  OK	

25-20-1  OK	

25-20-2  OK	

25-21-1  OK	

25-21-2  OK	

25-22-1  OK	

25-22-2  OK	

26-01-1  OK	

26-01-2  OK	

26-01-3  OK	

26-02-1  OK	

26-02-2  OK	

26-03-1  OK	

26-03-2  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

26-03-3  OK	

26-04-1  OK	

26-04-2  OK	

26-05-1  OK	

26-05-2  OK	

26-05-3  OK	

26-06-1  OK	

26-06-2  OK	

26-06-3  OK	

26-07-1  OK	

26-07-2  OK	

26-07-3  OK	

26-08-1  OK	

26-08-2  OK	

26-09-1  OK	

26-09-2  OK	

26-10-1  OK	

26-10-2  OK	

26-11-1  OK	

26-11-2  OK	

26-11-3  OK	

26-12-1  OK	

26-12-2  OK	

26-13-1  OK	

26-13-2  OK	

26-13-3  OK	

27-01-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

27-01-2  OK	

27-02-1  OK  	Adobe has upper cache limit of 1e8 bytes.
		Rev. 7746 does the same in CPSI compatibility mode. - Alex

27-02-2  OK	

27-03-1  OK	Fixed as of rev 7598.

27-03-2  AOK	test unreasonable:
                This page enumerates all the IODevices, arbitrarily selects the last one,
                and then runs the GIF test, checking whether the currentdevparams values for
                that IODevice change as a result of running the test procedures.  This is
                dependent both on the set of IODevices (which is implementation-dependent,
                although gs could be expected to include at least the non-hardware-dependent
                ones documented in the PLRM3, which I believe it does) and the order in
                which they are enumerated by /IODevice resourceforall (which is totally
                implementation-dependent).
                -
                It appears that in the reference output, the last-enumerated IODevice is one
                whose devparams values change somewhat unpredictably -- probably %Calendar%.
                In the gs output, it's one whose devparams values don't change -- i.e. any
                of the others! (peter)

27-04-1  DIFF	Installation dependent (FontResourceDir).
		Inconforming currentsystemparams. Analyzed by Igor.
		assign: Ray for further analyzis.

27-04-2  OK	

27-05-1  DIFF	Inconforming currentuserparams. Analyzed by Igor.
		assign: Ray for further analyzis.

27-05-2  OK  	memo36 - setvmthreshold; cash18 ucachestatus;
		assign: Ray for further analyzis.
		more15 - same as currentstrokeadjust in 09-49D-3
                peter writes:
                These CET files will not run on my 64-bit build (they expect to be able to
                'cvs' any integer into a 12-character string), and I don't seem to be able
                to get gcc to produce 32-bit output, even with Ralph's help.  Please
                reassign these files.

27-06-1  OK  	Fixed in rev. 7157 - Alex.

27-06-2  OK	

27-07-1  AOK 	Fixed by rev. 7733 - Alex
                Alternate use of --setcacheparams-- and /setcacheparams in error
                messages is an obvious bug in Adobe interpreters that we won't
                reproduce.

27-07-2  OK	

27-08-1  OK  	Fix error reporting for setdevparams operator, rev. 7161. - Alex

27-08-2  OK	

27-09-1  DIFF	Same as 27-04-1. Analyzed by Igor.
		assign: Ray for further analyzis.

27-09-2  DIFF	Same as 27-04-1. Analyzed by Igor.
		assign: Ray for further analyzis.

27-09-3  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

27-09-4  OK	

27-10-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

27-10-2  OK	

27-11-1  DIFF	Inconforming currentuserparams. See 27-05-1. Analyzed by Igor.
		assign: Ray for further analyzis.

27-11-2  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

27-11-3  OK	

27-12-1  DIFF	ucachestatus differs. Analyzed by Igor.
		assign: Raph.

27-12-2  DIFF	Same as 27-05-2.  Analyzed by Igor. assign: Ray..

28-01-1  OK	

28-01-2  OK	

28-02-1  OK	

28-02-2  OK	Fixed before Nov 4 2005 (after Oct 2)

28-02-3  OK	

28-03-1  AOK 	The following differences remain:
		1. names of internal operators are different
		2. execution stack od 49 elements doesn't fit into 40-element
                arrays provided by the test causing different errors.
                Rev. 7730 - Alex

28-03-2  OK	

28-04-1  OK	

28-04-2  OK	

28-05-1  OK	

28-05-2  OK	Fixed by rev. 7725

28-05-3  OK	

28-06-1  AOK	Implementation Dependent: Section 6.3 - SYNTAX 2. The PLRM says the
		the order of dict enumeration by 'forall' is "arbitrary".

28-06-2  OK	

28-06-3  OK	

28-07-1  OK	

28-07-2  OK	

28-07-3  OK	

28-08-1  OK	

28-08-2  OK	

28-09-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

28-09-2  OK	Visually reviewed by RJJ
		(previous report of '1' in more 15 is without gs_cet.ps).

28-10-1  OK  	Fixed by rev. 7727. - Alex

28-10-2  OK	Minor differences in boxed black/white 'T' 'F' glyphs, font renderer ufst.

28-11-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

28-11-2  OK	Visually reviewed by RJJ

28-12-1  OK	

28-13-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

28-13-2  OK	Visually reviewed by RJJ

28-14-1  OK	Fixed by r7115.

28-14-2  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

29-02-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

29-02-2  OK  	Fixed by rev. 7716. Ghostscript matches Tek and CPSI except
		that CPSI-based PhotoPrint doesn't implement copypage and skips
                pages 3 and 4. - Alex

29-02-3  OK  	See 29-02-2.

29-02-4  OK  	See 29-02-2.

29-02-5  OK  	See 29-02-2.

29-02-6  OK     See 29-02-2.

29-02-7  OK  	See 29-02-2.

29-02-8  OK  	See 29-02-2.

29-03-1  DIFF	Device Dependent. Too many InputAttributed. Analyzed by Igor. assign: Ray.

29-03-2  DIFF	Device Dependent. OutputPage not known. Analyzed by Igor. assign: Ray

29-03-3  DIFF	Device Dependent. currentpagedevice different. Analyzed by Igor. assign: Ray

29-03-4  DIFF	Many conformity tests fail. Analyzed by Igor.
                The test expects currentpagedevice to return the same dictionaty each time. 
                assign: Alex.

29-05-1  OK     Make the spot function in the high resolution halftone readable
                to accomodate the test logic. Ghostscript matches Tek and
                Distiller 5. CPSI-based PhotoPrint product redefines halftone
                operations as no-op and cannot serve as a reference
                implementation here. - Alex

29-05-2  OK	

29-05-3  OK	

29-07A-1  OK	

29-07A-2  OK	

29-07A-3  OK	Device Dependent. CPSI ignores setcolortransfer to perform
		image negation. Ghostscript matches Tektronix hardcopy.

29-07A-4  OK	corrected with gs_cet.ps that only has 'letter' PageSize
		in InputAttributes dictionary.

29-07A-5  OK	corrected with gs_cet.ps that only has 'letter' PageSize
		in InputAttributes dictionary.

29-07A-6  AOK	Device Dependent: Error message differs. Ghostscript gives
		"configurationerror in setpagedevice", CPSI gives bogus
		"undefinedfilename in file" on this "Page 10 experiment"

29-07B-1  OK	Verified visually by RJJ

29-07B-10  OK	Verified visually by RJJ. CPSI ignores NumCopies.
		cpsi/29-07B-10  missing

29-07B-11  OK	Verified visually by RJJ. CPSI ignores NumCopies.
		cpsi/29-07B-11  missing

29-07B-12  OK	Verified visually by RJJ. CPSI ignores NumCopies.
		cpsi/29-07B-12  missing

29-07B-2  DIFF	GS shifts output up and left, CPSI and Tek ignore Margins [ -9 9 ]
                assign ray.

29-07B-3  DIFF	GS shifts output down and right, CPSI and Tek ignore Margins [ 9 -9 ]
                assign ray.

29-07B-4  OK	Verified visually by RJJ

29-07B-5  OK	Verified visually by RJJ

29-07B-6  OK	Verified visually by RJJ

29-07B-7  OK	Verified visually by RJJ. CPSI ignores NumCopies.

29-07B-8  OK	Verified visually by RJJ. CPSI ignores NumCopies.

29-07B-9  OK	Verified visually by RJJ. CPSI ignores NumCopies.

29-07C-1  OK	

29-07C-2  DIFF	Device Dependent: CPSI shows offset page. GS shows 'undefined'
		error. Tektronix shows 'configurationerror'. May be a default
		Policy setting vs. CPSI. GS should issue 'configurationerror'
                Assign: Ray.

29-07C-3  AOK	Device Dependent: Ghostscript matches Tektronix hardcopy and
		gives 'configurationerror'. CPSI output is offset.

29-07C-4  DIFF	Device Dependent: CPSI shows offset page. GS shows 'undefined'
		error. Tektronix shows 'configurationerror'. May be a default
		Policy setting vs. CPSI. GS should issue 'configurationerror'
                Assign: Ray.

29-07C-5  AOK	Device Dependent: Ghostscript matches Tektronix hardcopy and
		gives 'configurationerror'. CPSI output is offset.

29-07C-6  DIFF	Device Dependent: CPSI shows offset page. GS shows several
		parameters with value '1'. Tektronix shows only "/PageSize 1"
                Assign: Ray.

29-07C-7  AOK	Device Dependent: Ghostscript matches Tektronix hardcopy and
		gives 'configurationerror'. CPSI output is offset.

29-07C-8  DIFF	Device Dependent: CPSI shows offset page. GS offset differs.
		Tektronix hardcopy shows << /PageSize 3 >> with offset that
		might be the same as CPSI (clipping right edge after 's' of
		'setpagedevice' in the lower right banner block).
                assign ray

29-07C-9  DIFF	Device Dependent: CPSI shows offset page. GS offset differs.
		Tektronix hardcopy shows << /PageSize 3 >> with offset that
		might be the same as CPSI (clipping right edge after 's' of
		'setpagedevice' in the lower right banner block).
                assign ray

29-07C-10 DIFF	Device Dependent: CPSI shows offset page. GS has no offset
		Tektronix hardcopy shows << /PageSize 3 >> with offset that
		might be the same as GS (no clipping).
                assign ray

29-07C-11 DIFF	Device Dependent: CPSI shows offset page. GS has no offset
		Tektronix hardcopy shows << /PageSize 3 >> with offset that
		might be the same as GS (no clipping).
                assign ray

29-07D-1  OK	

29-07D-2  OK	

29-07D-3  OK	corrected with gs_cet.ps that only has 'letter' PageSize
		in InputAttributes dictionary.

29-07D-4  OK	

29-07D-5  DIFF	Ghostscript is producing a page when OuputPage is 'false'.
		cpsi/missing output for 'Page 5 experiment'.
                assign ray

29-07D-6  DIFF	Device Dependent: Ghostscript is honoring 'PageOffset'
		Adobe ignores this. correct by modifying setpagedevice.
                Assign: Ray

29-07D-7  DIFF	Device Dependent: Ghostscript is honoring 'PageOffset'
		Adobe ignores this. correct by modifying setpagedevice.
                Assign: Ray

29-07E-1  OK	

29-07E-2  AOK	GS rotates the image to fit the page, same as CPSI when
		rotated. PageSize Policy==7 of the PLRM says: "Positioning
		of the page image on the medium is device-dependent and
		unpredictable.  This policy exists solely for use in the
		emulations of certain LanguageLevel 1 compatibility operators
		that perform media selection and page device setup separately.
		...
		Because its behavior violates the PostScript page device model,
		documents that use this policy are not portable; for this reason,
		it should never be used directly in a page description."

29-07E-3  AOK	See explanation under 29-07E-2.

29-07E-4  DIFF	GS does not generate a configuration error. Tek does. PLRM says
		> 5 units difference should generate configurationerror with
		Policy == 7. GS rotates the page and generates a larger raster.
		Assign: Ray (Peter can thank me that I didn't give this to him).	

29-07E-5  DIFF	Same as 29-07E-4. Assign: Ray

29-07E-6  DIFF	Same as 29-07E-4. Assign: Ray

29-07E-7  OK	

29-07F-1  OK	

29-07F-2  OK	Matches Tek hardcopy. RJJ (CPSI differs / wrong)

29-07F-3  OK	

29-07F-4  OK	

29-07F-5  OK	

29-07F-6  OK	

29-07F-7  OK	Matches Tek hardcopy. RJJ (CPSI differs / wrong)

29-07F-8  OK	Matches Tek hardcopy. RJJ (CPSI differs / wrong)

29-07G-1  OK	

29-07G-2  OK	

29-07G-3  OK	

29-07G-4  OK	

29-07G-5  OK	

29-07G-6  OK	

29-07G-7  OK	

29-07G-8  OK	

29-07H-1  OK	

29-07H-2  OK	

29-07H-3  OK	

29-07H-4  OK	

29-07H-5  OK	

29-07H-6  OK	

29-07H-7  OK	

29-07H-8  OK	

29-07I-1  OK	

29-07I-2  OK	

29-07I-3  OK	

29-07I-4  OK	

29-07I-5  OK	

29-07I-6  OK	

29-07I-7  OK	

29-07I-8  OK	

29-07I-9  OK	

29-07J-1  OK	

29-07J-2  OK	

29-07J-3  OK	

29-07J-4  OK	

29-07J-5  OK	

29-07J-6  OK	

29-07J-7  OK	

29-07J-8  OK	

29-07J-9  OK	

29-07K-1  OK	

29-07K-2  OK	

29-07K-3  OK	

29-07K-4  OK	

29-07K-5  OK	

29-07K-6  OK	

29-07K-7  OK	

29-08-1  OK	

29-08-2  OK	

29-08-3  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

29-08-4  OK	Visually reviewd by RJJ. CPSI doesn't do #copies.
		Ghostscript matches Tektronix hardcopy.

29-08-5  OK	Visually reviewd by RJJ. CPSI doesn't do #copies.
		Ghostscript matches Tektronix hardcopy.

29-08-6  OK	Visually reviewd by RJJ. CPSI doesn't do #copies.
		Ghostscript matches Tektronix hardcopy.
		cpsi/29-08-6  missing

29-08-7  OK	Visually reviewd by RJJ. CPSI doesn't do #copies.
		Ghostscript matches Tektronix hardcopy.
		cpsi/29-08-7  missing

30-01-1  OK	

30-01-2  OK	

30-02-1  OK	

30-02-2  OK	

30-03-1  AOK	These discrepancies occur because
         	/show load gcheck
                returns true in gs and false in the reference output.  This is an unarguable
                bug in the reference interpreters: see the documentation for gcheck in the
                PLRM3. (peter)

30-03-2  OK	

30-04-1  OK	

30-04-2  OK	Fixed by rev 7439.

30-04-3  OK	

30-04-4  OK	fixed in packed array colorspace fix (ray) don't recall the rev.

30-04-5  OK	

30-05-1  OK	

30-05-2  OK	

30-06-1  AOK	These discrepancies occur because
         	/show load gcheck
                returns true in gs and false in the reference output.  This is an unarguable
                bug in the reference interpreters: see the documentation for gcheck in the
                PLRM3. (peter)

30-06-2  OK	

30-07-1  OK	Fixed by r7642.

30-07-2  DIFF	/GlobalFontDirectory /Type3Font1 known gs=true, cpsi=false. assign Peter.

30-07-3  DIFF	gs missing '1' for gray33.  Assign Peter.

30-08-1  OK	Fixed by r7642.

30-08-2  DIFF	same as 30-07-2 assign Peter.

30-08-3  DIFF	same as 30-07-3 assign Peter

30-09-1  OK	fixed in Revision 7233

30-09-2  OK	

30-10-1  OK	fixed in Revision 7233

30-10-2  OK	

30-11-1  OK	

30-11-2  AOK	Environment dependent.
                GS prints different numbers for every test in GLOBINT.
		The number printed is the VM usage for the test.

31-01-1  DIFF	Attributes differ (bottom of page filetype).
                (%stdin)(r) file is global on GS and local on Adobe.
                Also see bug 687682, where a similar problem was reported earlier.
                Assign: Ray

31-01-10  OK	

31-01-2  OK  	Works for me in rev. 7453. - Alex

31-01-3  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

31-01-4  OK	

31-01-5  OK  	MAX_DEPTH parameter is adjusted to match Adobe. - Alex

31-01-6  OK  	Fixed - Alex

31-01-7  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

31-01-8  DIFF	Test 03 and 07 wrong.
		The test defines 2 or more idioms that match the target and expects
                the last definition to be used. PLRM (p. 121) says that the order is
                undefined. assign Alex.

31-01-9  DIFF	same as 31-01-8 but in the global VM. assign Alex.

31-02-1  OK  	Fixed in rev. 7473 - Alex

31-02-2  OK	

31-03-1  OK  	Fixed in rev 7474. - Alex

31-03-2  OK	

31-04-1  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

31-04-2  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

31-05-1  OK	

31-05-2  OK	

31-06-1  OK	Fixed by gs_cet.ps

31-06-2  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

31-07-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by Igor.
		Note: This test draws different length line depending on timing
		(number of loops depends on 'realtime' resolution and results).

31-07-2  OK	

31-08-1  OK	Fixed by gs_cet.ps rev. 7180 (Device Dependent).
		Note: CPSI shows revision 0, Tek shows revision 5.

31-08-2  OK	

31-09-1  OK	Fixed by gs_cet.ps rev.  7180 (Device Dependent).
		Note: CPSI shows serialnumber 233460, Tek shows 1401788461

31-09-2  OK	

31-10-1  OK	Minor differences in positions and character shapes - ADC

31-10-2  OK  	Fixed in rev. 7749. - Alex

31-10-3  OK	

31-11-1  OK  	Fixed in rev 7474. - Alex

31-11-2  OK	

31-12-1  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ
		Note: This test draws different length line depending on timing
		(number of loops depends on 'realtime' resolution and results).

31-12-2  OK	

31-13-1  OK	

31-13-2  OK	Fixed as of rev 7583.

32_all-1  AOK	CPSI inserts CDevProc while /CIDFont defineresource.
		That is not required by PLRM3.
		Inserting a CDevProc is unnecessary and would impackt performance.

32_all-10  OK	

32_all-11  OK	

32_all-12  OK	

32_all-13  OK	

32_all-14  OK	Fixed as of rev 7583.

32_all-15  AOK	Same as 34_all-6

32_all-16 OK

32_all-2  OK	Fixed in rev. 7478. findfont, definefont, undefinefont also
		handle /CIDFont resource instances now. - Alex

32_all-3  OK	

32_all-4  OK	

32_all-5  OK	

32_all-6  OK	

32_all-7  OK	

32_all-8  OK	

32_all-9  OK	

33_all-1  OK	Fixed as of rev 7583.

33_all-2  OK  	Fixed as of rev 7583.

33_all-3  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

33_all-4  OK	

33_all-5  OK	

33_all-6  OK	Fixed as of rev 7583.

33_all-7  AOK	CMAP names differ implementation dependent analyzed by Ray.

33_all-8  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

34_all-1  OK	Fixed as of rev 7583.

34_all-2  OK  	Fixed as of rev 7583.

34_all-3  OK	Fixed as of rev 7583.

34_all-4  DIFF	Improved by rev 7583, but still has mismatch for glyph 222.
		Assign: Ray

34_all-5  OK	Fixed as of rev 7583.

34_all-6  AOK	GS has more CMap resources. Not important. Analyzed by Igor.

34_all-7  OK	Fixed as of rev 7583.

35_all-1  DIFF	Even as of rev 7583, CID Font has /CharStrings array. Tek
		and CPSI do not have this key. Tek has CDevProc that CPSI does
		not. Assign: Ray

35_all-10  OK	

35_all-11  DIFF	GS paints glyphs when CPSI and Tek paint hollow boxes. It appears that
		GS is not removing glyphs from previous page "currentfont removeall".
		Assign: Ray

35_all-12 OK  	Fixed by rev. 7710 - Alex.

35_all-2  OK  	Fixed as of rev 7583.

35_all-3  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

35_all-4  OK	

35_all-5  OK	

35_all-6  OK	Fixed as of rev 7711 (detected during regression testing. RJJ)

35_all-7  AOK	Same as 33_all-7. Analyzed by Igor.

35_all-8  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

35_all-9  OK	Minor differences visually reviewed by RJJ

36-01-1  OK	

37-01-1  OK	

38-01-1  DIFF	CPSI has more fonts, particularly more Type 42 fonts.
		Analyzed by Igor.
		This test prints some data about installed Type 42 fonts :
		Chicago, Geneva, HoeflerText-Black,  HoeflerText-BlackItalic, HoeflerText-Italic.
		Neither URW nor UFST PCLPS2 provide them.
		UFST PCLPS3 does provide.
		Passing to Ray to decide what to do with it.
		Assign: Ray.

38-01-2  OK	

99-01-1  AOK	Implementation Dependent: Different default system parameters can be set
		if customer desires.
		Environment dependent (GenericResourceDir).

99-01-2  AOK	Implementation Dependent: Different default device parameters can be set
		if customer desires.
		Environment dependent (OutputFile).

99-01-3  OK	

99-02-1  OK	GS OK visually reviewed by RJJ
		cpsi/99-02-1  missing
		Environment dependent (GenericResourceDir).

99-03-1  OK