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[Bug 3598] xqx: missing XQueryX files

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Date: Fri, 18 Aug 2006 22:40:15 +0000
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------- Comment #2 from davidc@nag.co.uk  2006-08-18 22:40 -------
> We are aware of these issues,
yes I knew you were aware there were some missing, I wouldn't have reported it
if it were just some missing test files but I thought perhaps it worth
highlighting that all the input-query and modules are missing in case they'd
fallen through the cracks.

> but have not been able to scare up the necessary resources to correct them.
You know you could always have used the xq2xml ones, every release of XQTS
since
0.6 has had a full set of schema valid xqx files in the xq2xml distribution.
There have been (and may still be) bugs in them of course but they have
existed.
I don't mind of they are used or not, I don't have any personal axe to grind
here but it's rather frustrating to be told that the WG hasn't the resources to
make some files that in some cases I've been freely distributing with a W3C
licence for almost a year.

> These fixes will appear in a point release in a couple of weeks.
Hmm we'll see. 

David
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