Re: [Crisp] Last Minute Last Call Comments on lwz-06

Andrew Newton <andy@hxr.us> Tue, 29 August 2006 16:17 UTC

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Marcos and I just had an off-line chat in hopes of coming to a clarification 
on this.  His point was that XPC and LWZ differ with regard to point 3 in 
section 3.1.5 of LWZ.  He appears to be correct about that.  I can't think 
of the reason why we put that in there, and he has suggested taking it out 
so that the behavior is more similar.  So, if nobody has objections, we'll 
yank it.

-andy


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