[Bug 25327] New: Typo in 'sum(a/b/c)' general streamability examples

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[Bug 25327] New: Typo in 'sum(a/b/c)' general streamability examples

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            Bug ID: 25327
           Summary: Typo in 'sum(a/b/c)' general streamability examples
           Product: XPath / XQuery / XSLT
           Version: Last Call drafts
          Hardware: All
                OS: All
            Status: NEW
          Severity: trivial
          Priority: P2
         Component: XSLT 3.0
          Assignee: [hidden email]
          Reporter: [hidden email]
        QA Contact: [hidden email]

In 'sum(a/b/c)' sample the argument is referred as the argument of 'count'
function instead of 'sum'.

http://www.w3.org/TR/xslt-30/#general-streamability-examples
"sum(a/b/c) is grounded and consuming, because the operand (the argument to the
***count*** function) is striding and consuming (see earlier example) and the
operand usage is absorption."

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--- Comment #1 from Eugene Fotin <[hidden email]> ---
http://marker.to/gxwJHI

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--- Comment #2 from Eugene Fotin <[hidden email]> ---
Also, I would like to see one or two examples for the case where OU of
Transmission with crawling and cardinality > 1, and one with OU of Transmission
with crawling and cardinality = 1.

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--- Comment #3 from Michael Kay <[hidden email]> ---
Thanks for reporting it. I've fixed the typo mentioned, and I'll leave the bug
open so we can try and allocate effort for extra examples as requested.

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--- Comment #4 from Abel Braaksma <[hidden email]> ---
Some examples as requested by Eugene:

- zero-or-one(div//p) has OU of transmission and its argument, div//p has
posture crawling, sweep of consuming. The result of the analysis following the
GSR makes this consuming and striding (rule 2.d.iii).

- fn:tail(head//section) has OU of transmission and its argument,
head//section, is crawling and consuming. The result of the analysis following
the GSR makes this crawling and consuming (rule 2.d.iv).

- exactly-one(div | p) has OU of transmission and its argument, div | p, is
crawling and consuming. The result of the analysis following the GSR makes this
striding and consuming (rule 2.d.iii).

- fn:unordered(head | section) has OU of transmission and its argument, head |
section, is crawling and consuming. The result of the analysis following the
GSR makes this crawling and consuming (rule 2.d.iv).

In fact, I am unsure whether the rules for fn:tail correctly make it crawling
and consuming, I tend to think it should be free-ranging. For fn:unordered it
does not seem to matter.

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--- Comment #5 from Jim Melton <[hidden email]> ---
I would really like to request that people who submit (new) bugs to PLEASE use
the convention of having the first bit of the bug title indicating the document
against which the bug is being filed -- in the case of this bug, that would be
something like "[XSLT30]" or "[XT30]" or something similar.

Thanks!

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Hi Jim, we can't really ask that from people outside the working group to do so
(as was the case here), and I myself was not aware of the requirement, but I
will do so in subsequent bug-entries, or fix the title if necessary.

I assume it is not possible to let BugZilla do this automatically? It is
something that is easily forgotten. I'll fix this title.

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Re: [Bug 25327] Typo in 'sum(a/b/c)' general streamability example

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Abel,

Well, the Status section of every document (I haven't personally
checked XSLT 3.0 recently, but definitely saw it there a few months
ago) contains a sentence that says something along the lines of "It
will be very helpful if you prefix bug titles with [XXX]".  I didn't
mean to sound harsh, so please forgive me if I sounded like that.  I
don't know how to get Bugzilla to do anything like this, but perhaps
Liam or somebody else on the list does.

Anyway, many thanks for fixing the title!

Jim

At 2014-07-17 13:31, [hidden email] wrote:

>https://www.w3.org/Bugs/Public/show_bug.cgi?id=25327
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>--- Comment #6 from Abel Braaksma <[hidden email]> ---
>Hi Jim, we can't really ask that from people outside the working
>group to do so
>(as was the case here), and I myself was not aware of the requirement, but I
>will do so in subsequent bug-entries, or fix the title if necessary.
>
>I assume it is not possible to let BugZilla do this automatically? It is
>something that is easily forgotten. I'll fix this title.
>
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[Bug 25327] [XSLT30] Typo in 'sum(a/b/c)' general streamability example

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--- Comment #7 from Michael Kay <[hidden email]> ---
Some further examples based on those provided in comment 4 have been added to
the spec.

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