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[Bug 30106] [xslt30ts] Test case use-package-204

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--- Comment #2 from Michael Kay <mike@saxonica.com> ---
I suspect the reason we didn't mandate selection of the highest version was to
allow implementations to factor in other criteria: for example a catalog might
label a particular version as "preferred" or "stable", or it might have some
kind of configuration parameter giving meaning to the NCName part of the
version number e.g. 2.1-Saxon versus 2.1-Exselt.

I agree that "highest version" is the most sensible thing to do in the absence
of other information (and the test proved useful because it was failing because
of a Saxon bug!) Perhaps we should just add a test dependency
"highest_package_version".

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