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[Bug 1617] how are comments really parsed?

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Date: Wed, 20 Jul 2005 17:45:06 +0000
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------- Additional Comments From cmsmcq@w3.org  2005-07-20 17:45 -------
Thanks for the comment.  The XML Query and XSL Working Groups
discussed this issue during this morning's meeting.

We agree that the correct interpretation here is that comments
and other token separators are indeed allowed within the
so-called 'long tokens' of the grammar.  (Some members of the
WGs suggest that there is really no uncertainty as to the 
answer, if only because all the evidence on one side comes from
a normative document, and all the evidence on the other 
side is from a document marked non-normative.  But we agree
that the non-normative document can usefully be made clearer
on this question.)

Since the interpretation agreed upon requires no changes to the
language documents, we are closing this issue without any
instructions to the editors to change the normative documents.
(Also with the expectation that the next revision of the
document about tokenization will be clearer on this topic.)

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