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[Bug 28140] [FO31] Options of fn:serialize

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--- Comment #8 from Michael Kay <mike@saxonica.com> ---
The proposal in comment 6 was accepted; the editor was given discretion on how
to handle the concerns expressed in comment 7.

Concerning the first comment "version numbers are not necessarily decimal
numbers", the proposal uses type xs:decimal only for a parameter defined in the
Serialization spec to be of type xs:decimal, and this is currently true only
for "html-version". The "version" parameter is defined to be a string. I shall
point this out more clearly in a Note.

Concerning the second comment, regarding use of the function conversion rules
for the character map, I agree, it probably makes sense to use them. It's
easier for an implementation to treat xs:untypedAtomic and xs:string as
equivalent than to treat them differently.

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