Re: Junit-type Framework for XSLT 2 Functions and Tem
> I don't understand why everybody seems to react to the word "infinite" > in this way. > probably because I came into the conversation late and hadn't realized you wanted to generate N of a potentially infinite set. > Infinite or not, it doesn't matter -- the tool must generate the first > N instances (possibly satisfying some additional, user-defined set of > conditions). obviously if not Infinite and less than N then tool just generates complete set, returns info that complete set has been generated. > > In order for "the first N" to be meaningful, we must refer to some > ordering on the set of instances -- a suitable ordering criteria might > be length (number of nodes) of the instance. > > that seems like a suitable ordering, what could others be. how about namespace usage, that is to say do not start generating instances with namespace Y until all possible instances comprised only of Namespace X without Y is satisfied. Obviously if Y is mandatory then this ordering is achieved at beginning. Points to possible multiple orderings.
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