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[Bug 14894] eqname tests

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--- Comment #2 from Tim Mills <tim@cbcl.co.uk> 2011-11-22 08:01:55 UTC ---
Note that this is XQTS, not the new test suite.

Here's an example.

There's an expected-error for spec-version 1.0.  The only way to get that error
is to have a query declaration in the query and run in a processor not
supporting 3.0.

    <test-case is-XPath2="false" name="eqname-001" FilePath="Basics/EQNames/"
scenario="standard" Creator="Michael Kay">
        <description>Use EQName as a step in a path expression</description>
        <spec-citation spec="XQuery" section-number="2" section-title="Basics"
section-pointer="doc-xquery30-EQName"/>
        <query name="eqname-001" date="2010-03-16"/>
        <output-file spec-version="3.0" role="principal"
compare="XML">eqname-001.out</output-file>
        <expected-error spec-version="1.0">XQST0031</expected-error>
    </test-case>

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