Andrew Dunstan <andrew(at)dunslane(dot)net> writes:
> I don't think it is our responsibility to remedy the deficiencies of
> libxml2, especially if it involves breaking the processing of valid
> xpath expressions on well formed XML.
> If someone can come up with a correct scheme for handling fragments, I'm
> all ears, but otherwise I think a) we should rip this out of 8.4 and b)
> we should try to make 8.3 slightly less broken at least, along the lines
> of my earlier suggestion.
I'm okay with removing this for 8.4, but I think it's too late to
change the behavior of 8.3.
regards, tom lane
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