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> I'll try to support it
> or a step of preceding-sibling::x[2].
> ...but not this one ; only things that have not yet been read have a 
> chance to be resolved (however, a smart strategy that would accumulate 
> datas that would matches all candidate patterns could work ; I'll keep 
> things simple).


One might argue that in the arena of forward based streaming processes, 
nothing has been read. I would assume that the XPaths used during the 
streaming would be pre-compiled and evaluated-- in which case, and 
according to your statement it could be resolved. I had anticipated that 
this is what you meant by caching.

Jeff Rafter


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