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[Bug 29419] [XP31] edge case with negative integer literals (UnaryExpr) and limits for -9223372036854775808, which cannot be parsed

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Date: Wed, 15 Jun 2016 16:46:25 +0000
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--- Comment #19 from Abel Braaksma <abel.braaksma@xs4all.nl> ---
I think it was missed in the minutes, it was a decision from a while back,
captured in Bug 29552, comment #2, which says:

"Since XPath does not define these limits, the text that resolves Bug 29419
(which mentions the 18 digits) will be slightly and editorially adjusted. This
will be tracked in that bug itself."

Its intent was to remove the mention of 18 digits.

But like you say, it is a Note anyway, and you could also argue, who in his
right mind would implement XSD 1.1 after XSD 1.0 with less support (going from
18 to 16 digits). It seems ludicrous ;).

So let's leave it as is.

Thanks for adding the additional paragraph, the mention of the error condition
was the main reason that caused this issue.

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