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Rethink non-step wrappers #636

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xml-project opened this Issue Nov 11, 2018 · 1 comment

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xml-project commented Nov 11, 2018

Currently the specs say:

Each subpipeline is identified by a non-step wrapper element: p:when and p:otherwise in the case of p:choose, p:group and p:catch in the case of p:try.

Here we have at least to remove the p:group from the p:try-list and add a p:finally. But as @ndw remarked:

I'm not sure what to do about the whole "non-step wrapper" terminology. But if we're going to keep it, I think you have to say something about the fact that the body of the p:try element preceding the first p:catch is somehow in an implicit non-step wrapper.

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xml-project commented Dec 9, 2018

See #39

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