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[Bug 4913] Revise incomparability story to account for XPath evaluation

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Date: Sun, 30 Nov 2008 04:35:14 +0000
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--- Comment #5 from Dave Peterson <davep@iit.edu>  2008-11-30 04:35:14 ---
(In reply to comment #4)

>               As applied to datatypes, the only schema (structures) processing
> is that which can be used to define user-defined datatypes, or to describe
> built-in datatypes.  I suspect that what you are looking for is reassurance
> that datatype description using simple type definition components won't involve
> XPath.

> In any case, I'll try to make some sort of comment that will give the
> reassurance you're looking for.

OOPS!  Simple type definitions *can* have assertions, which use XPath.  So the
"reassurance" can only be to point out this "edge case" so that it can be found
without searching.

Or maybe we should not make any such comment....  Mayhap the editors can
discuss this ASAP.

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