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Re: [XSLT 2.0] Data types for a Basic XSLT processor

From: Colin Paul Adams <colin@colina.demon.co.uk>
Date: 04 Jun 2004 05:27:54 +0100
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>>>>> "Michael" == Michael Kay <mhk@mhk.me.uk> writes:

    Michael> The Working Group discussed this comment today, and
    Michael> decided to make no change to the specification.

    Michael> Broadly, the WG endorsed my earlier informal
    Michael> response. The minimum set of types that an XSLT processor
    Michael> must support has to relate to the types that are
    Michael> primitive in XML Schema and in XPath (e.g. the types for
    Michael> which literals are defined) and the types used by the
    Michael> function library. For example, since position() returns
    Michael> an xs:integer, the set has to include xs:integer.

    Michael> Implementators are free to offer the full set of types if
    Michael> they think that users need them.

    Michael> Please let us know if you can accept this resolution of
    Michael> the comment.

  I am happy to accept this resolution, now I understand matters better.
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Colin Paul Adams
Preston Lancashire
Received on Friday, 4 June 2004 00:28:14 UTC

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