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[Bug 29492] [XSLT30] streamability of xsl:attribute-set may not be complete

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Date: Thu, 12 May 2016 13:16:07 +0000
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--- Comment #2 from Abel Braaksma <abel.braaksma@xs4all.nl> ---
> This drops the current possibility for an attribute-set to be consuming. I 
> think that's probably a useful simplification,
Agreed. There's a myriad of other ways to achieve this. Furthermore, this
simplifies overriding as a processor will know beforehand that an attribute set
is never going to consume and can inline the code without worrying about
streamability issues.

> I don't think they should have a usage, but if any, the usage is inspection and 
> have themselves no additional operands, as they are not allowed to "absorb" any 
> node.
My stance is now that they can be removed from the operands (perhaps with a
Note), or alternatively, as we do with some other non-relevant (i.e., always
grounded) operands, add a note that this or that is the operand usage and role,
but that it does not influence the analysis.

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