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[Bug 3776] fn:codepoints-to-string should allow XML 1.1 characters

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------- Comment #4 from frans.englich@telia.com  2006-09-29 10:09 -------
I meant if XML 1.0 is in use, XML 1.1-specific character are considered
invalid, while if XML 1.1 is in use, the full range of XML 1.0+1.1 characters
are valid. Considering that the XQTS doesn't distinguish between XML 1.0/1.1,
it effectively means that every test must work for 1.0 and 1.1(unfortunately).
The best one can do is to have tests with codepoints that are invalid in XML
1.0 but valid in 1.1, and let implementations both pass and fail.

Feel of course free to open up an editorial bug on F&O. I agree it isn't as
clear here as it usually is in areas specific to the XML version.
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