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[Bug 2235] R-243: Can an attribute prohibited by restriction be added back through a subsequent extension?

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Date: Fri, 27 Oct 2006 14:57:26 +0000
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------- Comment #3 from noah_mendelsohn@us.ibm.com  2006-10-27 14:57 -------
> "nothing removed by a restriction
> is subsequently added back by an
> extension with a conflicting type
> assignment"; 
At risk of taking time at a valuable point in our process, is there any issue
with adding something back in a way that is inconsistent with respect to
something other than type?  An in consistent value constraint, perhaps (Base
has fixed="a", nth step derivation has fixed="b")?

I haven't researched in detail.  If others who are expert think there's no
issue here, then let's move past this very quickly.  I'm just raising it in
case anyone with more detailed knowledge than I have says: "oops, right, badly
broken"

Thanks.
Noah
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