Actually, would it make sense to completely remove the store parameter,
make init a 0-ary function, and just use the store manager's singleton
for initializing the global environment, since the variable store may
only have a given value?
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ZorbaImpl::init might call GlobalEnvironment::init with a NULL store
Status in Zorba - The XQuery Processor:
At this location, in function ZorbaImpl::init(Store* store):
assert(store == NULL || store2 == store);
allows the variable store to be NULL (and there are places that do
call this function indirectly with an explicit NULL store pointer,
such as here:
However, this assertion is followed by
that always fails upon a NULL pointer.
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