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Subject: Re: [sca-assembly] [ISSUE 117] Definition of compatible superset and subset- Updated Proposal
Some comments based on a search of the proposal document for the word compatible:
line 1259: I think this is ok as it is.
line 1757, 1767: I think these should say compatible superset
line 1885: This is a bit awkward because ASM60022 uses the new "compatible interface" term and then re-defines the term in ASM60023. It might be more clear to rework ASM60022 to use the term compatible superset, then we could get rid of ASM60022.
line 2603: seems ok as it is
line 2607 and 2614: should be compatible superset as per ASM50004 on line 741.
line 2618 needs to be updated to point to section 7.2.
line 2504: Is there a reason why #5 is not combined with #3 on line 2499?
As as aside, line 1035 talks about property type compatibility, which might need some work? If you agree, I'll open a new issue.
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Mike Edwards ---03/31/2009 08:47:08 AM---Folks, Here is an updated proposal in the form of a change marked version built
Mike Edwards <firstname.lastname@example.org>
"OASIS Assembly" <email@example.com>
03/31/2009 08:47 AM
[sca-assembly] [ISSUE 117] Definition of compatible superset and subset - Updated Proposal
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