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[Bug 5939] [FO] Unintuitive results from op:time-equal

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--- Comment #8 from Michael Kay <mike@saxonica.com>  2009-05-08 14:05:02 ---
The XDM model explicitly states that for the date/time types, timezone
distinctions are retained in the value space. See section 3.3.2 in the Data
Model spec, and section 10.2 in Functions and Operators. This is a conscious
departure from the definition of the types in XSD 1.0, and is consistent with
the way these types are described in XSD 1.1.

Using the XSD 1.0 definition would have been unworkable; it would have meant
that an identity transformation lost all timezone information.


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