Bug ID: 26825
Product: XPath / XQuery / XSLT
Version: Working drafts
Component: XQuery 3 & XPath 3 Test Suite
Assignee: [hidden email] Reporter: [hidden email] QA Contact: [hidden email]
This test reads:
<description>long fractional seconds</description>
<created by="Liam R E Quin" on="2014-08-22"/>
<!--* XSD implementations must support milliseconds in dateTime objects.
* We don't specify whether parse-ietf-date() must do the same, but
* since it returns a dateTime object that seems a resonable
* interpretation. Greater precisions is permitted. Hwere all we care
* about is that it's not an error and that the rounding is the same
* in both cases.
<param name="d" as="xs:dateTime"
<test>if (parse-ietf-date("Wed, 20 Aug 2014
19:36:01.2999999999999999999999999999999 GMT") = $d)
Implementations are only required to support three digits of fractional
seconds, and the effect when you supply more than this isn't well defined in
the spec. At the very least, we shouldn't do it without a dependency.
Furthermore, things that are processor-dependent should never be defined except
in the query-under-test, because it's assumed that all the metadata can be
processed in order to determine the test dependencies. So as a first step in
fixing this I'm going to move the questionable cast operation into the query.
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