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[Bug 3959] fn-base-uri-23 incorrect URI?

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Date: Wed, 08 Nov 2006 15:40:39 +0000
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------- Comment #4 from vano_msu@mail.ru  2006-11-08 15:40 -------
The extent to which an implementation validates the lexical form of xs:anyURI
is implementation dependent. I think, it means that if our implementation is
strict then we must raise FORG0001 in this test case. 

I don't insist on making FORG0001 as one possible alternative. But It seems to
me that FORG0001 should be allowed as expected result.

If our goal to create non-strict fn:base-uri why we couldn't return xs:string,
not xs:anyURI? 

P.S. Moreover, percent-encoded URI in this test case is not correct URI too
according to RFC 2616.
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