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[FS] Editorial comments on section 3

From: Michael Rys <mrys@microsoft.com>
Date: Fri, 16 Apr 2004 01:07:40 -0700
Message-ID: <EB0A327048144442AFB15FCE18DC96C702A2ADC8@RED-MSG-31.redmond.corp.microsoft.com>
To: <public-qt-comments@w3.org>

MS-FS-LC1-037	
Section 3.1.1		
Editorial	

Replace "expaned " with "expanded "

MS-FS-LC1-038	
Section 3.1.1		
Editorial	

"in-scope type definitions": Do we need to change this name as we did
for "static in-scope namespaces"?

[Note this comment has been addressed at the F2F and is submitted for
completeness reasons.]

MS-FS-LC1-040	
Section 3.1.1		
Editorial	

typeDefn, attrDecl, elemDecl: Mention that they are containing the
imported schema components.

MS-FS-LC1-041	
Section 3.1.1		
Editorial	

Default collation should be a member of the collation environment.

MS-FS-LC1-042	
Section 3.1.1		
Editorial	

Replace "corresopnds " with "corresponds "

MS-FS-LC1-043	
Section 3.1.1		
Editorial	

Please rename " fs:get_ns_from_items" to " fs:get_static_ns_from_items"
to avoid confusion with dynamic in-scope namespaces

MS-FS-LC1-046	
Section 3.1.2		
Editorial	

$fs:dot can be referred to by the user using the XPath expression ".".
Please add.

MS-FS-LC1-049	
Section 3.4.1		
Editorial	

There are still references to xdt:untypedAny. Should be replaced with
xdt:untyped.

MS-FS-LC1-050	
Section 3.4.1		
Editorial	

"derived derived " -> "derived "

MS-FS-LC1-051	
Section 3.4.1		
Editorial	

The definition of fs:numerics seems broken. Also, do we really need to
make it a type or can we just do the explosion into all the possible
types?

MS-FS-LC1-052	
Section 3.4.3		
Editorial	

"SequenceTypes can be used in [XPath/XQuery] to refer to a type imported
from a schema ": Obviously it can refer to other types such as comment
or element(a, b) that are not imported from a schema!

MS-FS-LC1-054	
Section 3.4.4		
Editorial	

Also show NCName rule (not only string) for pi or do it in mapping to
the Core syntax!
Received on Friday, 16 April 2004 04:09:05 UTC

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