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[Bug 3697] K-FilterExpr-66

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------- Comment #3 from tim@cbcl.co.uk  2006-09-14 06:44 -------
That certainly sounds reasonable, although it would be nice for an
implementation which follows the Formal Semantics document precisely to be able
to pass the tests.   

Many of the problems we've encountered would go away with the use of
fn:exactly-one , fn:zero-or-one, or application of [1] filters.  Would such
changes 'damage' many tests?

So far we've only been testing an XPath 2.0 implementation.  We've used XQTS,
ignoring those tests which are XQuery-only.  That's left about 11000 of the
minimal-conformance tests of which we fail about 200, mostly due to the type
checking problems we've highlighted.

We hope to get a full XQuery implementation ready soon to see how we fair on
the remaining tests.
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