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[Bug 6811] [FT] Specification/Weights

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Date: Thu, 23 Apr 2009 19:49:12 +0000
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--- Comment #2 from Christian Gruen <christian.gruen@gmail.com>  2009-04-23 19:49:12 ---
Hi Jim, sorry for persisting.. As the current text states that "The weight MUST
have an absolute value between 0.0 and 1000.0 inclusive.", I am not sure if
implementation-defined, negative weights are considered at this point. Next to
that, was there a special reason to use "1000" as value/introduce a restriction
at all? I would rather have expected a strict rule (0.0 - 1.0) or no
restriction at all.

And, another trivia here.. I wonder why a weight value is defined by a
"RangeExpr". as I would expect the weight to be always exactly one value. The
existing rule...

  [145] FTWeight ::= "weight" RangeExpr

..would allow expression such as 

  "A" ftcontains "A" weight (1 to 2)

which will not make too much sense. Anyway, as usual.. if I have stopped
thinking too early - please tell me!

Thanks,
Christian


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