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[Bug 5202] Part 2 Incompatibilities

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------- Comment #2 from mike@saxonica.com  2007-10-16 16:54 -------
No, I didn't say anything about precisionDecimal. Is there an incompatibility?
I don't think we need to mention that a 1.0 schema document is in error if it
uses precisionDecimal and a 1.1 schema document isn't, because that's true of
every new feature we add. I guess there's an impact on generic applications
that ask what type something is, they need to cater for this new possible
answer. Is there any other way in which adding precisionDecimal can break
anything?
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