> 1. I don't see the zorba cmd doing anything with the --disable-http-resolution
> option, if that option is actually specified in the command line.
See the second diff in zorbacmdproperties_base.h. It just explicitly sets the
disable-http-resolution option on the static context by using the same code as
> 2. If a user uses the option inside an xquery module, it will have no effect
> because options are processed after the imports. Such a user will then be very
> confused. We should probably consider moving the processing of options before
> the imports, but until we do this, we should throw an error if the disable-
> http-resolution option is encountered inside a module prolog.
I'll implement something for this.
> The error (and
> the documentation) should say that this option is applicable only at the C++
Yes, you're right; I'll fix that too.
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