Re: The xforms-recalculate Event

On Mon, 21 Nov 2016 19:20:20 +0100, Erik Bruchez <>  

>> "When a recalculate event begins, there will be a list L of one or more  
>> instance nodes whose values may have been changed"
>> ...
>> "All nodes in L, if any, and nodes that are computationally dependent  
>> on nodes in L must be recalculated."
>> If L is "one or more" nodes then the "if any" in the second sentence is  
>> redundant. If the "if any" is right, then L should be "zero or more".
> Damn logic ;) I am not sure that there is a guarantee at the beginning  
> of a recalculate that at least one node has changed value. So I favor  
> the >"zero or more" option.

I think you are right, in particular because the recalculate action can be  
initiated independently of the normal processing model.


> -Erik

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