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[Bug 3690] The set of all possible modes is not clearly defined

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Date: Wed, 13 Sep 2006 19:36:24 +0000
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------- Comment #2 from mike@saxonica.com  2006-09-13 19:36 -------
I agree. I would propose:

(a) In 6.5 change

the token #all, to indicate that the template rule is applicable to all modes.

to

the token #all, to indicate that the template rule is applicable to all modes
(that is, to the default mode and to every mode that is named in an
xsl:apply-templates instruction or xsl:template declaration anywhere in the
stylesheet)

(b) In 2.3 change

Optionally, an initial mode.

to

Optionally, an initial mode. This must be either the default mode, or a mode
that is explicitly named in the mode attribute of an xsl:template declaration
within the stylesheet.

(c) Add to this paragraph: If an initial mode is supplied, then an initial
context node MUST be supplied, and an initial template MUST NOT be supplied.

(d) Add error codes for the above conditions.
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