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[Bug 20170] New: [XT3TS] xslt-compat-005

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Date: Fri, 30 Nov 2012 10:59:05 +0000
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https://www.w3.org/Bugs/Public/show_bug.cgi?id=20170

            Bug ID: 20170
           Summary: [XT3TS]  xslt-compat-005
    Classification: Unclassified
           Product: XPath / XQuery / XSLT
           Version: Working drafts
          Hardware: PC
                OS: Windows NT
            Status: NEW
          Severity: normal
          Priority: P2
         Component: XSLT 3.0 Test Suite
          Assignee: abel.online@xs4all.nl
          Reporter: tim@cbcl.co.uk
        QA Contact: public-qt-comments@w3.org

date-064.xsl uses PNn but expects the AM/PM designator to be in capitols.

It currently expects

<out>;
     <code x="00:00 = 12AM 00:05 = 12AM 01:00 = 1AM 09:30 = 9AM 12:00 = 12PM
15:15 = 3PM"></code>;
     <code x="00:00 = 12AM 00:05 = 12AM 01:00 = 1AM 09:30 = 9AM 12:00 = 12PM
15:15 = 3PM"></code>;  
     <code x="00:00 = 12Am 00:05 = 12Am 01:00 = 1Am 09:30 = 9Am 12:00 = 12Pm
15:15 = 3Pm"></code>;  
     <code x="00:00 = 12Am 00:05 = 12Am 01:00 = 1Am 09:30 = 9Am 12:00 = 12Pm
15:15 = 3Pm"></code>;  
     <code x="00:00 = 12A 00:05 = 12A 01:00 = 1A 09:30 = 9A 12:00 = 12P 15:15 =
3P"></code>;  
     <code x="00:00 = 12AM 00:05 = 12AM 01:00 = 1AM 09:30 = 9AM 12:00 = 12PM
15:15 = 3PM"></code>;  
     <code x="00:00 = 12am 00:05 = 12am 01:00 = 1am 09:30 = 9am 12:00 = 12pm
15:15 = 3pm"></code>; 
     </out>

but should expect

<out>;
     <code x="00:00 = 12Am 00:05 = 12Am 01:00 = 1Am 09:30 = 9Am 12:00 = 12Pm
15:15 = 3Pm"></code>;
     <code x="00:00 = 12Am 00:05 = 12Am 01:00 = 1Am 09:30 = 9Am 12:00 = 12Pm
15:15 = 3Pm"></code>;  
     <code x="00:00 = 12Am 00:05 = 12Am 01:00 = 1Am 09:30 = 9Am 12:00 = 12Pm
15:15 = 3Pm"></code>;  
     <code x="00:00 = 12Am 00:05 = 12Am 01:00 = 1Am 09:30 = 9Am 12:00 = 12Pm
15:15 = 3Pm"></code>;  
     <code x="00:00 = 12A 00:05 = 12A 01:00 = 1A 09:30 = 9A 12:00 = 12P 15:15 =
3P"></code>;  
     <code x="00:00 = 12AM 00:05 = 12AM 01:00 = 1AM 09:30 = 9AM 12:00 = 12PM
15:15 = 3PM"></code>;  
     <code x="00:00 = 12am 00:05 = 12am 01:00 = 1am 09:30 = 9am 12:00 = 12pm
15:15 = 3pm"></code>; 
     </out>

This is probably dependent on whether PNn returns A.M. or Am.  I doubt anyone
would return A.m.

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