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[Bug 21568] Incorrect expected result for FOTS tests function-decl-reserved-function-names-001,function-decl-reserved-function-names-003,...

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Date: Wed, 08 May 2013 08:46:40 +0000
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https://www.w3.org/Bugs/Public/show_bug.cgi?id=21568

--- Comment #11 from Sorin Nasoi <spungi@gmail.com> ---
(In reply to comment #10)
> When a test is marked "XQ10", then an XQuery 3.0 processor should not run
> this test. There will usually be an alternative test marked "XQ30": perhaps
> with slightly different test syntax or more usually with different result
> assertions.
+1


> Tests marked "XQ10+" should be run both by XQuery 1.0 processors and XQuery
> 3.0 processors.
+1

> (You also have the option, of course, to use this metadata to decide which
> processor to run, or to decide how to configure your processor prior to
> running the test. However, in reporting results to W3C, we expect the test
> submission to contain results for a single language version only.)
+1
This would mean that an implementation reporting results for XQuery 3.0 should
mark all test-cases with a dependency to "XQ10" as "n/a". 

However, no matter if the test-cases with a dependency on "XQ10" are marked as
"fail" or "n/a", the XSL stylesheet should not take them into account when
generating results for XQuery 3.0, right?

Now, it seems that there's an error in the XSL stylesheet that causes
test-cases marked with "XQ10" dependency to be taken into account when
generating report for XQuery 3.0 ...

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