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[Bug 9606] Run-time QNames in xsl:key etc.

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--- Comment #2 from Michael Kay <mike@saxonica.com> 2010-10-08 12:38:03 UTC ---
The solution of using a union type seems attractive, now that they are allowed
- in fact, it's a good way of demonstrating the benefits of this new feature.
The interesting question is what to call the type, in particular, what
namespace to put it in. I guess we could invent something like the old xdt:
namespace for the purpose, initially containing only a single type; and XQuery,
XSLT, and XPath could define that the types in this namespace are always
present in the static context without need for an import.

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