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[Bug 5324] [XSLT 2.0] case-order is not clearly described

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------- Comment #3 from mike@saxonica.com  2008-03-13 16:01 -------
In action A-2008-02-07-005 I was asked to produce text to fix this.

The current text is:

The case-order attribute indicates whether the desired collation should sort
upper-case letters before lower-case or vice versa. The effective value of the
attribute must be either lower-first (indicating that lower-case letters
precede upper-case letters in the collating sequence) or upper-first
(indicating that upper-case letters precede lower-case).

Proposal: Add after the existing text. "When lower-first is requested, the
returned collation SHOULD have the property that for any string S,
lower-case(S) collates before upper-case(S); when upper-first is requested, the
returned collation SHOULD have the property that for any string S,
upper-case(S) collates before lower-case(S). When case of letters is a tertiary
characteristic, as in the Unicode Collation Algorithm, choosing upper-first
will have the effect that, for example, StAndrew collates after Stand but
before Standrew." 
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