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[Bug 5334] [UPD] Inserting attributes

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------- Comment #4 from mike@saxonica.com  2008-01-22 20:47 -------
Concerning comment #3: yes, for "insert into" that would be a reasonable
expectation. What makes it unreasonable is that we allow "insert after" to
insert a new attribute "after" an existing child element. If there's an
existing child <c/> and we can insert (@a, <e/>) after <c/>, then clearly this
involves some rearrangement of the sequence (@a, <e/>); and if this sequence
can be rearranged, then so can (<e/>, @a).
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