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Re: XPath 1.5? (was RE: typing and markup)


Re:  XPath 1.5? (was RE:  typing and markup)

> A Schematron assertion (that the node list is non-null) would then always
> fail, even at "compile" time.
> 
> I think this behavior would be _better_ for Schematron.

How can that be better for schematron? It completely breaks the whole
purpose of the schematron schema, which is to find the "bad" markup and
to report the occurrences to the user. Having your schematron schema
fail to compile because it is looking for illegal cases means that
almost all schematron schema would not compile.

David

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