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[Bug 6793] New: [FT] Test Suite Indentation

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Date: Wed, 08 Apr 2009 22:18:23 +0000
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Message-ID: <bug-6793-523@http.www.w3.org/Bugs/Public/>
http://www.w3.org/Bugs/Public/show_bug.cgi?id=6793

           Summary: [FT] Test Suite Indentation
           Product: XPath / XQuery / XSLT
           Version: Candidate Recommendation
          Platform: All
        OS/Version: All
            Status: NEW
          Severity: normal
          Priority: P2
         Component: Full Text 1.0
        AssignedTo: jim.melton@acm.org
        ReportedBy: christian.gruen@gmail.com
         QAContact: public-qt-comments@w3.org


Hi,

the following list contains test suite results - labeled [OLD] - which have an
indentation different to the output of BaseX - labeled [NEW]. I'll be cautious
to say which are right and which wrong, so I have just listed a fifth of the
entries to see what you think..


===== ft-222-examples-results-q2.txt

OLD[<book>
  <title>Angelic Intervention For Those Who Train Cats</title>
  <author>John Dee</author>
  <date>1607</date>
  <publisher>Example Books</publisher>
  <price>41</price>
</book>]

NEW[<book>
    <title>Angelic Intervention For Those Who Train Cats</title>
    <author>John Dee</author>
    <date>1607</date>
    <publisher>Example Books</publisher>
    <price>41</price>
  </book>]

===== ft-222-examples-results-q3.txt

OLD[<book>
  <title>The Story of a Dog and a Cat</title> 
  <author>Melton Mowbray</author> 
  <date>1832</date> 
  <publisher>Example Books</publisher> 
  <price>100</price> 
  </book>]

NEW[<book>
    <title>The Story of a Dog and a Cat</title>
    <author>Melton Mowbray</author>
    <date>1832</date>
    <publisher>Example Books</publisher>
    <price>100</price>
  </book>]

===== examples-23-q3.txt

OLD[<para>Sometimes usability is the most important thing. Sometimes usability
is 
      the only thing. Sometimes usability is nothing.</para> 
<para>Usability is highly overrated.  My advice is similar to that 
      Heinlein gave prospective authors: you must write, you must finish what 
      you write, you must publish what you write.  Ship software, pay the
bills. 
</para>]

NEW[<para>Sometimes usability is the most important thing. Sometimes usability
is
    the only thing. Sometimes usability is nothing.</para>
<para>Usability is highly overrated.  My advice is similar to that
    Heinlein gave prospective authors: you must write, you must finish what
    you write, you must publish what you write.  Ship software, pay the bills.
    </para>]

===== examples-23-q4.txt

OLD[<para>Sometimes usability is the most important thing. Sometimes usability
is 
      the only thing. Sometimes usability is nothing.</para> 
<para>Usability is highly overrated.  My advice is similar to that 
      Heinlein gave prospective authors: you must write, you must finish what 
      you write, you must publish what you write.  Ship software, pay the
bills. 
</para>]

NEW[<para>Sometimes usability is the most important thing. Sometimes usability
is
    the only thing. Sometimes usability is nothing.</para>
<para>Usability is highly overrated.  My advice is similar to that
    Heinlein gave prospective authors: you must write, you must finish what
    you write, you must publish what you write.  Ship software, pay the bills.
    </para>]

===== ft-3.2-examples-q1.xml

OLD[<book number="1">
  <title shortTitle="Improving Web Site Usability">Improving  
      the Usability of a Web Site Through Expert Reviews and
      Usability Testing</title>
  <author>Millicent Marigold</author>
  <author>Montana Marigold</author>
  <editor>Véra Tudor-Medina</editor>
  <content>
    <p>The usability of a Web site is how well the  
        site supports the users in achieving specified  
        goals. A Web site should facilitate learning,  
        and enable efficient and effective task  
        completion, while propagating few errors.
    </p>
    <note>This book has been approved by the Web Site  
        Users Association.
    </note>
  </content>
</book>]

NEW[<book number="1">
    <title shortTitle="Improving Web Site Usability">Improving  
        the Usability of a Web Site Through Expert Reviews and
        Usability Testing</title>
    <author>Millicent Marigold</author>
    <author>Montana Marigold</author>
    <editor>Véra Tudor-Medina</editor>
    <content>
      <p>The usability of a Web site is how well the  
          site supports the users in achieving specified  
          goals. A Web site should facilitate learning,  
          and enable efficient and effective task  
          completion, while propagating few errors.
      </p>
      <note>This book has been approved by the Web Site  
          Users Association.
      </note>
    </content>
  </book>]

===== ft-3.2-examples-q2.xml

OLD[<book number="1">
  <title shortTitle="Improving Web Site Usability">Improving  
      the Usability of a Web Site Through Expert Reviews and
      Usability Testing</title>
  <author>Millicent Marigold</author>
  <author>Montana Marigold</author>
  <editor>Véra Tudor-Medina</editor>
  <content>
    <p>The usability of a Web site is how well the  
        site supports the users in achieving specified  
        goals. A Web site should facilitate learning,  
        and enable efficient and effective task  
        completion, while propagating few errors.
    </p>
    <note>This book has been approved by the Web Site  
        Users Association.
    </note>
  </content>
</book>]

NEW[<book number="1">
    <title shortTitle="Improving Web Site Usability">Improving  
        the Usability of a Web Site Through Expert Reviews and
        Usability Testing</title>
    <author>Millicent Marigold</author>
    <author>Montana Marigold</author>
    <editor>Véra Tudor-Medina</editor>
    <content>
      <p>The usability of a Web site is how well the  
          site supports the users in achieving specified  
          goals. A Web site should facilitate learning,  
          and enable efficient and effective task  
          completion, while propagating few errors.
      </p>
      <note>This book has been approved by the Web Site  
          Users Association.
      </note>
    </content>
  </book>]

===== ft-3.2-examples-q3.xml

OLD[<book number="1">
  <title shortTitle="Improving Web Site Usability">Improving  
      the Usability of a Web Site Through Expert Reviews and
      Usability Testing</title>
  <author>Millicent Marigold</author>
  <author>Montana Marigold</author>
  <editor>Véra Tudor-Medina</editor>
  <content>
    <p>The usability of a Web site is how well the  
        site supports the users in achieving specified  
        goals. A Web site should facilitate learning,  
        and enable efficient and effective task  
        completion, while propagating few errors.
    </p>
    <note>This book has been approved by the Web Site  
        Users Association.
    </note>
  </content>
</book>]

NEW[<book number="1">
    <title shortTitle="Improving Web Site Usability">Improving  
        the Usability of a Web Site Through Expert Reviews and
        Usability Testing</title>
    <author>Millicent Marigold</author>
    <author>Montana Marigold</author>
    <editor>Véra Tudor-Medina</editor>
    <content>
      <p>The usability of a Web site is how well the  
          site supports the users in achieving specified  
          goals. A Web site should facilitate learning,  
          and enable efficient and effective task  
          completion, while propagating few errors.
      </p>
      <note>This book has been approved by the Web Site  
          Users Association.
      </note>
    </content>
  </book>]

===== ForScoreExpr-1.txt

OLD[<title shortTitle="Improving Web Site Usability">Improving  
      the Usability of a Web Site Through Expert Reviews and  
      Usability Testing</title><title shortTitle="Usability Basics">Usability  
      Basics: How to Plan for and Conduct Usability Tests  
      on Web Site Thereby Improving the Usability of Your  
Web Site</title>]

NEW[<title shortTitle="Improving Web Site Usability">Improving 
      the Usability of a Web Site Through Expert Reviews and 
      Usability Testing</title>
<title shortTitle="Usability Basics">Usability 
      Basics: How to Plan for and Conduct Usability Tests 
      on Web Site Thereby Improving the Usability of Your 
      Web Site</title>]

===== ForScoreExpr-3.txt

OLD[<title shortTitle="Improving Web Site Usability">Improving  
      the Usability of a Web Site Through Expert Reviews and  
      Usability Testing</title><title shortTitle="Usability Basics">Usability  
      Basics: How to Plan for and Conduct Usability Tests  
      on Web Site Thereby Improving the Usability of Your  
Web Site</title>]

NEW[<title shortTitle="Improving Web Site Usability">Improving 
      the Usability of a Web Site Through Expert Reviews and 
      Usability Testing</title>
<title shortTitle="Usability Basics">Usability 
      Basics: How to Plan for and Conduct Usability Tests 
      on Web Site Thereby Improving the Usability of Your 
      Web Site</title>]

===== ForScoreExpr-5.txt

OLD[<title shortTitle="Improving Web Site Usability">Improving  
      the Usability of a Web Site Through Expert Reviews and  
      Usability Testing</title><subject>Web site development</subject><title
shortTitle="Improving Web Site Usability">Improving  
      the Usability of a Web Site Through Expert Reviews and  
      Usability Testing</title><subject>Web site usability</subject><title
shortTitle="Usability Basics">Usability  
      Basics: How to Plan for and Conduct Usability Tests  
      on Web Site Thereby Improving the Usability of Your  
Web Site</title><subject>Web site development</subject>]

NEW[<title shortTitle="Improving Web Site Usability">Improving 
      the Usability of a Web Site Through Expert Reviews and 
      Usability Testing</title>
<subject>Web site development</subject>
<title shortTitle="Improving Web Site Usability">Improving 
      the Usability of a Web Site Through Expert Reviews and 
      Usability Testing</title>
<subject>Web site usability</subject>
<title shortTitle="Usability Basics">Usability 
      Basics: How to Plan for and Conduct Usability Tests 
      on Web Site Thereby Improving the Usability of Your 
      Web Site</title>
<subject>Web site development</subject>]

===== ForScoreExpr-6.txt

OLD[<title shortTitle="Improving Web Site Usability">Improving  
      the Usability of a Web Site Through Expert Reviews and  
      Usability Testing</title><title shortTitle="Usability Basics">Usability  
      Basics: How to Plan for and Conduct Usability Tests  
      on Web Site Thereby Improving the Usability of Your  
Web Site</title>]

NEW[<title shortTitle="Improving Web Site Usability">Improving 
      the Usability of a Web Site Through Expert Reviews and 
      Usability Testing</title>
<title shortTitle="Usability Basics">Usability 
      Basics: How to Plan for and Conduct Usability Tests 
      on Web Site Thereby Improving the Usability of Your 
      Web Site</title>]

===== LetScoreExpr-3.txt

OLD[<title shortTitle="Improving Web Site Usability">Improving  
      the Usability of a Web Site Through Expert Reviews and  
      Usability Testing</title><title shortTitle="Usability Basics">Usability  
      Basics: How to Plan for and Conduct Usability Tests  
      on Web Site Thereby Improving the Usability of Your  
Web Site</title>]

NEW[<title shortTitle="Improving Web Site Usability">Improving 
      the Usability of a Web Site Through Expert Reviews and 
      Usability Testing</title>
<title shortTitle="Usability Basics">Usability 
      Basics: How to Plan for and Conduct Usability Tests 
      on Web Site Thereby Improving the Usability of Your 
      Web Site</title>]

===== LetScoreExpr-4.txt

OLD[<title shortTitle="Improving Web Site Usability">Improving  
      the Usability of a Web Site Through Expert Reviews and  
      Usability Testing</title><title shortTitle="Usability Basics">Usability  
      Basics: How to Plan for and Conduct Usability Tests  
      on Web Site Thereby Improving the Usability of Your  
Web Site</title>]

NEW[<title shortTitle="Usability Basics">Usability 
      Basics: How to Plan for and Conduct Usability Tests 
      on Web Site Thereby Improving the Usability of Your 
      Web Site</title>
<title shortTitle="Improving Web Site Usability">Improving 
      the Usability of a Web Site Through Expert Reviews and 
      Usability Testing</title>]

===== FTContains-pred1.txt

OLD[<title shortTitle="Improving Web Site Usability">Improving  
      the Usability of a Web Site Through Expert Reviews and  
      Usability Testing</title><title shortTitle="Usability Basics">Usability  
      Basics: How to Plan for and Conduct Usability Tests  
      on Web Site Thereby Improving the Usability of Your  
Web Site</title>]

NEW[<title shortTitle="Improving Web Site Usability">Improving 
      the Usability of a Web Site Through Expert Reviews and 
      Usability Testing</title>
<title shortTitle="Usability Basics">Usability 
      Basics: How to Plan for and Conduct Usability Tests 
      on Web Site Thereby Improving the Usability of Your 
      Web Site</title>]

===== FTContains-predcomp1.xml

OLD[<title shortTitle="Usabilityguy Manuscript Guide">John Wesley Usabilityguy:
A Register of His  
Papers</title>]

NEW[<title shortTitle="Usabilityguy Manuscript Guide">John Wesley Usabilityguy:
A Register of His 
      Papers</title>]

===== FTContains-where1.txt

OLD[<title shortTitle="Improving Web Site Usability">Improving  
      the Usability of a Web Site Through Expert Reviews and  
      Usability Testing</title><title shortTitle="Usability Basics">Usability  
      Basics: How to Plan for and Conduct Usability Tests  
      on Web Site Thereby Improving the Usability of Your  
Web Site</title>]

NEW[<title shortTitle="Improving Web Site Usability">Improving 
      the Usability of a Web Site Through Expert Reviews and 
      Usability Testing</title>
<title shortTitle="Usability Basics">Usability 
      Basics: How to Plan for and Conduct Usability Tests 
      on Web Site Thereby Improving the Usability of Your 
      Web Site</title>]

===== FTContains-wherecomp1.txt

OLD[<title shortTitle="Improving Web Site Usability">Improving  
      the Usability of a Web Site Through Expert Reviews and  
      Usability Testing</title><title shortTitle="Usability Basics">Usability  
      Basics: How to Plan for and Conduct Usability Tests  
      on Web Site Thereby Improving the Usability of Your  
Web Site</title>]

NEW[<title shortTitle="Improving Web Site Usability">Improving 
      the Usability of a Web Site Through Expert Reviews and 
      Usability Testing</title>
<title shortTitle="Usability Basics">Usability 
      Basics: How to Plan for and Conduct Usability Tests 
      on Web Site Thereby Improving the Usability of Your 
      Web Site</title>]

===== FTContains-order1.txt

OLD[<title shortTitle="Usabilityguy Manuscript Guide">John Wesley Usabilityguy:
A Register of His 
      Papers</title><title shortTitle="Improving Web Site Usability">Improving 
      the Usability of a Web Site Through Expert Reviews and 
      Usability Testing</title><title shortTitle="Usability Basics">Usability 
      Basics: How to Plan for and Conduct Usability Tests 
      on Web Site Thereby Improving the Usability of Your 
      Web Site</title>]

NEW[<title shortTitle="Usabilityguy Manuscript Guide">John Wesley Usabilityguy:
A Register of His 
      Papers</title>
<title shortTitle="Improving Web Site Usability">Improving 
      the Usability of a Web Site Through Expert Reviews and 
      Usability Testing</title>
<title shortTitle="Usability Basics">Usability 
      Basics: How to Plan for and Conduct Usability Tests 
      on Web Site Thereby Improving the Usability of Your 
      Web Site</title>]

===== FTContains-ordercomp1.txt

OLD[<title shortTitle="Usabilityguy Manuscript Guide">John Wesley Usabilityguy:
A Register of His  
      Papers</title><title shortTitle="Improving Web Site Usability">Improving  
      the Usability of a Web Site Through Expert Reviews and  
      Usability Testing</title><title shortTitle="Usability Basics">Usability  
      Basics: How to Plan for and Conduct Usability Tests  
      on Web Site Thereby Improving the Usability of Your  
Web Site</title>]

NEW[<title shortTitle="Usabilityguy Manuscript Guide">John Wesley Usabilityguy:
A Register of His 
      Papers</title>
<title shortTitle="Improving Web Site Usability">Improving 
      the Usability of a Web Site Through Expert Reviews and 
      Usability Testing</title>
<title shortTitle="Usability Basics">Usability 
      Basics: How to Plan for and Conduct Usability Tests 
      on Web Site Thereby Improving the Usability of Your 
      Web Site</title>]

===== FTPrimary-FTWords-q1_result.xml

OLD[<paragraphs>
  <p>It is a static error
    <errorref class="ST" code="0019"/>if, within a single <nt
xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink" def="doc-xquery-FTMatchOptions"
xlink:type="simple">FTMatchOptions</nt>,
there is more than one match option of any given
    <termref def="dt-match-option-group">match option group</termref>.
For example, if the <nt xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink"
def="doc-xquery-FTCaseOption" xlink:type="simple">FTCaseOption</nt> "lowercase" 
is specified, then "uppercase" cannot also be specified as part of the same
    <nt xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink"
def="doc-xquery-FTMatchOptions" xlink:type="simple">FTMatchOptions</nt>.
</p>
  <p>
    <termdef id="dt-match-option-order" term="match option application
order">The order in which effective match options for an
      <nt xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink" def="doc-xquery-FTWords"
xlink:type="simple">FTWords</nt>are applied 
 is called the <term>match option application order</term>.</termdef>This order
is significant
because match options are not always commutative.
For example,
    synonym(stem(word))
is not always the same as
    stem(synonym(word)).
</p>
</paragraphs>]

NEW[<paragraphs>
  <p>
It is a static error
<errorref class="ST" code="0019"/> 
if, within a single <nt xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink"
def="doc-xquery-FTMatchOptions" xlink:type="simple">FTMatchOptions</nt>,
there is more than one match option of any given 
<termref def="dt-match-option-group">match option group</termref>.
For example, if the <nt xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink"
def="doc-xquery-FTCaseOption" xlink:type="simple">FTCaseOption</nt> "lowercase" 
is specified, then "uppercase" cannot also be specified as part of the same 
<nt xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink" def="doc-xquery-FTMatchOptions"
xlink:type="simple">FTMatchOptions</nt>.
</p>
  <p>
               <termdef id="dt-match-option-order" term="match option
application order">
The order in which effective match options for an 
<nt xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink" def="doc-xquery-FTWords"
xlink:type="simple">FTWords</nt> are applied 
 is called the <term>match option application order</term>.</termdef>
This order is significant
because match options are not always commutative.
For example,
    synonym(stem(word))
is not always the same as
    stem(synonym(word)).
</p>
</paragraphs>]

===== FTPrimary-FTWords-FTTimes-q1_result.xml

OLD[<paragraphs>
<p>
The match option application order is subject to some constraints:
<olist>
<item><p>The Language Option must be applied first</p></item>
<item><p>The Stemming Option must be applied before the Case Option and the
Diacritics Option</p></item>
</olist>
Aside from these constraints, the full order of the application of match
options is <termref
def="dt-implementation-defined">implementation-defined</termref>.
</p>
</paragraphs>]

NEW[<paragraphs>
  <p>
The match option application order is subject to some constraints:
<olist>
      <item>
        <p>The Language Option must be applied first</p>
      </item>
      <item>
        <p>The Stemming Option must be applied before the Case Option and the
Diacritics Option</p>
      </item>
    </olist>
Aside from these constraints, the full order of the application of match
options is <termref
def="dt-implementation-defined">implementation-defined</termref>.
</p>
</paragraphs>]

===== FTPrimary-FTSelection-q1_result.xml

OLD[<paragraphs>
<p>Full-text match options modify the matching behaviour of 
the <termref def="dt-ftprimary">primary full-text selection</termref> to which 
they are applied. </p> 
<p>
Match options are propagated through the query via the static context.
For each of the seven match option groups,
the static context has a component
that contains one option from that group.
The seven settings are initialized by the implementation
in accordance with the table in 
Appendix <specref ref="id-xqft-static-context-components"></specref>,
and are modified
by any <nt xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink"
def="doc-xquery-FTOptionDecl" xlink:type="simple">FTOptionDecl</nt>s
in the <nt xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink" def="doc-xquery-Prolog"
xlink:type="simple">Prolog</nt>.
The resulting settings are then propagated unchanged
to every <nt xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink"
def="doc-xquery-FTContainsExpr" xlink:type="simple">FTContainsExpr</nt> in the
module
(including those in <code>VarDecl</code>s and <code>FunctionDecl</code>s,
and including any that happen to be nested within
another <code>FTContainsExpr</code>).
At any given <code>FTContainsExpr</code>,
the settings from the static context
are copied to the <code>FTContainsExpr</code>'s inner settings,
which are then propagated down the syntax tree.
At each <nt xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink"
def="doc-xquery-FTPrimaryWithOptions"
xlink:type="simple">FTPrimaryWithOptions</nt>,
the locally specified match options (if any)
overwrite the corresponding inner setting(s).
At each <nt xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink" def="doc-xquery-FTWords"
xlink:type="simple">FTWords</nt>,
the inner settings are used
as the effective match options
for tokenizing the query strings
and matching them against the tokens in the text.
(These inner settings could be seen
as a parallel set of components in the static context,
but Section <specref ref="tq-semantics"></specref> models them
as structures that get passed as parameters
to various semantic functions.)
</p>
</paragraphs>]

NEW[<paragraphs>
  <p>Full-text match options modify the matching behaviour of 
the <termref def="dt-ftprimary">primary full-text selection</termref> to which 
they are applied. </p>
  <p>
Match options are propagated through the query via the static context.
For each of the seven match option groups,
the static context has a component
that contains one option from that group.
The seven settings are initialized by the implementation
in accordance with the table in 
Appendix <specref ref="id-xqft-static-context-components"/>,
and are modified
by any <nt xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink"
def="doc-xquery-FTOptionDecl" xlink:type="simple">FTOptionDecl</nt>s
in the <nt xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink" def="doc-xquery-Prolog"
xlink:type="simple">Prolog</nt>.
The resulting settings are then propagated unchanged
to every <nt xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink"
def="doc-xquery-FTContainsExpr" xlink:type="simple">FTContainsExpr</nt> in the
module
(including those in <code>VarDecl</code>s and <code>FunctionDecl</code>s,
and including any that happen to be nested within
another <code>FTContainsExpr</code>).
At any given <code>FTContainsExpr</code>,
the settings from the static context
are copied to the <code>FTContainsExpr</code>'s inner settings,
which are then propagated down the syntax tree.
At each <nt xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink"
def="doc-xquery-FTPrimaryWithOptions"
xlink:type="simple">FTPrimaryWithOptions</nt>,
the locally specified match options (if any)
overwrite the corresponding inner setting(s).
At each <nt xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink" def="doc-xquery-FTWords"
xlink:type="simple">FTWords</nt>,
the inner settings are used
as the effective match options
for tokenizing the query strings
and matching them against the tokens in the text.
(These inner settings could be seen
as a parallel set of components in the static context,
but Section <specref ref="tq-semantics"/> models them
as structures that get passed as parameters
to various semantic functions.)
</p>
</paragraphs>]

===== FTPrimary-FTExtensionSelection-q1_result.xml

OLD[<paragraphs>
  <p>It is a static error
    <errorref class="ST" code="0019"/>if, within a single <nt
xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink" def="doc-xquery-FTMatchOptions"
xlink:type="simple">FTMatchOptions</nt>,
there is more than one match option of any given
    <termref def="dt-match-option-group">match option group</termref>.
For example, if the <nt xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink"
def="doc-xquery-FTCaseOption" xlink:type="simple">FTCaseOption</nt> "lowercase" 
is specified, then "uppercase" cannot also be specified as part of the same
    <nt xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink"
def="doc-xquery-FTMatchOptions" xlink:type="simple">FTMatchOptions</nt>.
</p>
</paragraphs>]

NEW[<paragraphs>
  <p>
It is a static error
<errorref class="ST" code="0019"/> 
if, within a single <nt xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink"
def="doc-xquery-FTMatchOptions" xlink:type="simple">FTMatchOptions</nt>,
there is more than one match option of any given 
<termref def="dt-match-option-group">match option group</termref>.
For example, if the <nt xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink"
def="doc-xquery-FTCaseOption" xlink:type="simple">FTCaseOption</nt> "lowercase" 
is specified, then "uppercase" cannot also be specified as part of the same 
<nt xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink" def="doc-xquery-FTMatchOptions"
xlink:type="simple">FTMatchOptions</nt>.
</p>
</paragraphs>] 

====================================

As some single results are pretty long, I have avoided pasting the whole list
(which has ~1.5 MB).

I'm looking forward to your response,
Christian


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