Re: Junit-type Framework for XSLT 2 Functions and Tem
On 5/20/05, Bryan Rasmussen <bry@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > How about a less ambitious, and thus perhaps more useful tool. Determining if a > schema gives an infinite number of possible instances or not, only focusing on > tree structure of course. > > For those which do not have an infinite number what is the number, choice to > generate instances at that point. I don't understand why everybody seems to react to the word "infinite" in this way. Infinite or not, it doesn't matter -- the tool must generate the first N instances (possibly satisfying some additional, user-defined set of conditions). 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. Cheers, Dimitre Novatchev.
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