> Sorry, I still don't understand why you added the zorba/config.h include. I
> was able to fix the included test case locally by doing only the change in
> strings_impl.cpp; it doesn't seem like the dict_XX_cpp.xq change is related at
> all. And I still think that adding that #include is a bad idea unless it's
> vitally necessary, because Zorba already has far too many header dependencies.
Chris, I agree with Daniel that the include is necessary. For example,
uses guards such as ZORBA_NO_FULL_TEXT to enable or disabled certain errors.
guards are only available if config.h is included.
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