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LC comment for SpecGL : 'Awkward deprecation requirements'

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Date: Tue, 1 Apr 2003 03:56 +0900
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Here is a last call comment from Jonathan Marsh (jmarsh@microsoft.com) 
on QA Framework : Specifications Guidelines (and Examples and Techniques)
received by the LC form system.

Submitted on behalf of: WS Description WG
Comment type: Substantive
The comment applies to: "7.3 If deprecation is used, define its relationships..."
Comment title: Awkward deprecation requirements

Comment:
This checkpoint basically demands that if some feature has been deprecated, possibly because no one can agree on its proper definition, then it must be properly defined and its interactions fully characterized.  It is likely that some things will be deprecated precisely because they cannot be well and unambiguously characterized; this checkpoint ensures that as long as these features are part of the main spec, it can conform at priority two, but as soon as the features are deprecated, it cannot.


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