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[Bug 29710] [xslt3.0] Streamability="filter" example

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Date: Wed, 29 Jun 2016 08:04:12 +0000
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--- Comment #1 from Michael Kay <mike@saxonica.com> ---
The rules for constraints on the function body in the entries for the function
streamability categories also use some imprecise terminology. For example:

Rules for the function body: For the function to be guaranteed-streamable, the
posture of the function result must be striding, and the sweep of the function
result must be motionless.

This should say:

Rules for the function body: For the function to be guaranteed-streamable, the
type-adjusted posture of the function body with respect to the declared return
type must be striding, and the type-adjusted sweep of the function body with
respect to the declared return type must be motionless.

(and even this assumes that we know what's meant by "the function body").

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