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[Bug 5003] Applicability of <alternative> element to xml:lang

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------- Comment #10 from mike@saxonica.com  2008-01-15 12:11 -------
OK, I should have been more precise.

What QT depends on is that once an element has been validated and a type has
been assigned, that type remains an accurate description of the content of the
element when the ancestry of the element changes or when other changes are made
to the containing document provided they do not affect the element's content.
In general there is no requirement that a revalidation of the element after
such changes would assign the same type again, but there is a requirement that
revalidation against the same type would "succeed": that is, the type
annotation of a node is always trustworthy.
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