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[Bug 12535] [XDM30] Definition of 'tree' missing and apparently non-standard

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Date: Tue, 06 Sep 2011 15:53:39 +0000
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--- Comment #8 from Norman Walsh <ndw@nwalsh.com> 2011-09-06 15:53:37 UTC ---
Rather than try to redefine tree, maybe it'd be simpler to just reword the
"exactly one tree" sentence that's troubling. How's everyone feel about this?

Every node is one of the seven kinds of nodes defined in 6 Nodes. Nodes form a
tree. Each node has at most one parent (reachable via the dm:parent accessor)
and descendant nodes that are reachable directly or indirectly via the
dm:children, dm:attributes, and dm:namespace-nodes accessors. [Definition: The
root node is the topmost node of a tree, the node with no parent.] Every tree
has exactly one root node and every other node can be reached from exactly one
root node.

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