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[Bug 29802] [XSLT30] (largely editorial) The description of the initial value for global parameters seems too narrow

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Date: Fri, 02 Sep 2016 15:16:45 +0000
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--- Comment #1 from Abel Braaksma <abel.braaksma@xs4all.nl> ---
In the section on call-template invocation (2.3.4) we use a different way to
describe the initial focus of template declarations. Perhaps we could borrow
from that?

It says:

"The initial named template is evaluated with a singleton focus based on this
context item if it exists, or with an absent focus otherwise."

Which could be applied to our definition something like this:

"[Definition: An item that acts as the *global context item* for the
transformation. *Global variables* are evaluated with a *singleton focus* based
on the global context item, or with absent focus if it is absent.]"

Note that this section (2.3.2), while it describes the process of priming the
stylesheet and the definition of the global context item, does not mention that
it is also used for the aforementioned initial named template.

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