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[Bug 10236] key/keyref/unique fields having a complex type with simple content

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Date: Fri, 13 Aug 2010 08:38:42 +0000
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--- Comment #2 from Michael Kay <mike@saxonica.com>  2010-08-13 08:38:41 ---
Wow! Great to have this thorough analysis of the history. At the very least, it
gives me the confidence to remove the Saxon code that raises an error if the
field has a complex type with simple content (which at present is subject to an
"if xsdVersion = 1.0" test).

I'm adding the referenced test case to the test suite (as
saxonica/Unique/unique001) and making the results unconditional: anyone who
fails the tests with a 1.0 processor can always raise a challenge.

Quite how the WG came to decide that the XSD 1.0 spec didn't mean what it
plainly says is somewhat beyond me, but I guess it was under pressure at the
time.

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