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[Bug 4075] particlesZ036 - tests fallback from implementation-defined limits

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Date: Fri, 16 Jan 2009 12:18:28 +0000
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--- Comment #4 from Michael Kay <mike@saxonica.com>  2009-01-16 12:18:28 ---
I think the comment about "could legitimately blow its limits" was just noting
a theoretical possibility, and can be ignored. 

I think I assumed that XSD 1.0 had a clause allowing conformant processors to
fail to process valid schemas/instances if they ran out of resources, analogous
to the rules in Part 2, for example "However, ˇminimally conformingˇ processors
ˇmayˇ set an application-defined limit on the maximum number of decimal digits
they are prepared to support". It seems there are no such rules in Part 1.
Perhaps there should be.


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