[xquery-talk] What does [.] do.
mike at saxonica.com
Mon Feb 10 11:15:00 PST 2014
> No. I am aware of that distinction. I was quoting the results obtained
> from the example that was quoted.
> ihe at ihe-ThinkPad-T410:~/film$ zorba -q '(1, 2, 4, 3, 5, "", "foo",
> <a/>, true, false)[.]'
> (no URI):1,41: static warning [zwarn:ZWST0008]: "false": has been
> deprecated; use "fn:false()" instead
> (no URI):1,35: static warning [zwarn:ZWST0008]: "true": has been
> deprecated; use "fn:true()" instead
Those warnings appear to be telling you that Zorba is applying a non-standard meaning to the names true and false, and is warning you that it is doing so. If so you are right, it's not conformant.
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