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p:catch order #597

xml-project opened this Issue Oct 31, 2018 · 3 comments


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xml-project commented Oct 31, 2018

Currently the specs say:

Each p:catch pipeline is considered in document order.


It is a static error (err:XS0064) if the code attribute is missing from any but the last p:catch or if any error code is repeated.

Because no code can be repeated, I do not see why implementations are restricted to consider p:catch-elements in document order (and how this can be tested).

Proposal: Remove the restriction "document order".


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gimsieke commented Oct 31, 2018

If the codes can’t repeat on p:catch and no more than one error can be thrown at a time, I think this constraint can indeed be dropped.


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ndw commented Nov 1, 2018



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xml-project commented Nov 3, 2018

Fixed with pr #621

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