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[Bug 2422] unclear how to interpret empty attribute values in xsl:output declarations

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Date: Fri, 28 Oct 2005 20:56:43 +0000
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------- Additional Comments From mike@skew.org  2005-10-28 20:56 -------
I am not asking what an empty string as the attribute value in isolation means.
I am asking about the interaction of explicit empty-string attribute values, in
attributes that allow such values, across import precedences. I think anything
else I could say to clarify would just be repeating the original inquiry. Does
doctype-system="" override a lower-precedence doctype-system="foo"? (My
colleagues and I think it should.) Does cdata-section-elements="" override a
lower-precedence cdata-section-elements="x y z"? (My colleagues and I think it
shouldn't, but but maybe it should?)
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