>Milestone 6 of the PsychoPath XPath 2.0 processor is now available. I missed making the announcement last time when Milestone 5 was available, so here is a combined list of bugs that have been fixed with Milestone 5 and Milestone 6:
|301539||nor||P3||Allemail@example.com||RESO||FIXE||[xpath2] fn:name function doesn’t evaluate properly for zero arity|
|298267||nor||P3||Allfirstname.lastname@example.org||RESO||FIXE||[xpath2] problems with xpath2 “instance of” evaluation|
|298535||nor||P3||Allemail@example.com||RESO||FIXE||[xpath2] problems with xpath2 “instance of” evaluation, on attribute nodes|
|298519||nor||P3||Allfirstname.lastname@example.org||RESO||FIXE||[xpath2] improvements to fn:number implementation, catering to node arguments|
|297707||maj||P3||Allemail@example.com||RESO||FIXE||[xpath2] The type “empty-sequence()” is still “empty()”|
|297958||nor||P3||Allfirstname.lastname@example.org||RESO||FIXE||[xpath2] fn:nilled never returns true|
Most of these are stablization and conformance fixes. The next Milestone will focus purely on bug fixes and documentation updates. Also, as of Milestone 5 of Web Tools Platform 3.2, PsychoPath is the XPath 2.0 engine for the XPath View. If setting your XPath preferences in the view to XPath 2.0, the PsychoPath processor will be used.
As always, the user manual is available on the wiki, and we encourage adopters and the community to contribute to it’s up keep. We plan to freeze the documentation near the end of Milestone 7 and incorporate it into the release candidate builds.