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[Bug 5406] Use "model validator" term consistently; drop "conforming"

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------- Comment #9 from johnarwe@us.ibm.com  2008-02-14 16:29 -------
(looking at the diff in comment 8)

4.2.3 Identical Targets
from: a model validators MUST obey the following rules.
to  :   model validators MUST obey the following rules.

4.2.6 deref() XPath Extension Function
Model validators MUST provide
while this excerpt is true, this section originally used a different term
(model processors) because its conditions apply to deref() xpath function
extensions in contexts including but not limited to model validation.  As the
note following the steps indicates, these steps are insufficient for model
validation.  There is another class of embodiments here, we cannot (based on
earlier discussions) usefully say this applies to model validators.

7. Localization of Natural Language Messages
from: >Model validators that support the sml:locid attribute
to  :  Model validators that support the sml:locid attribute
(looks like a > crept in)
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