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[Bug 2324] Value/General comparisons: type promotion for xs:anyURI/numeric

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Date: Sat, 01 Oct 2005 16:56:14 +0000
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------- Additional Comments From frans.englich@telia.com  2005-10-01 16:56 -------
If a submitted comment of mine gets considered or not at a specific time, is  
for me of less interest. What I find important is that a comment that (may) be  
of importance gets recorded and at some point gets considered. Phrased  
differently, it's of course ok if a comment of mine does not get a response at 
some specific point, since I namely comment outside the comment period. So, I'm 
aware of the consequences of my "rule breaking" :) 
It can also be said that it was Michael Kay, who is a WG member, that actually  
suggested the bug report: "I think it's a bug in the spec. Can you raise it, or  
shall I?"(see the referenced thread in comment #1).  
But I understand your concern and appreciate it. 
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