[GCC-XML] "members" and "context" consistent (and thus redundant?)

John Morrison jm at mak.com
Tue Apr 19 15:10:25 EDT 2005


Thanks for the quick response!

On Tuesday 19 April 2005 01:27 pm, Brad King wrote:
> That direction is safe...every "member" will have a corresponding
> element with a "context" that references the original element.  The
> other way around is not true, though.  Some elements will have a
> "context" that references an element whose "member" list does not
> contain them.

If I understand correctly, then, the set of "contexts" (back pointers,
after a fashion, I guess) is complete.  If that's so, then I'm good to


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