>>> Cezar, it is not necessary for users to have a jsoniq version header in >> their >>> queries to use this module. They can use ("field") object accessors instead >> of >>> .field . >> >> My point was to mention these options somewhere in the doc and link to a page >> which better describes this. IMHO it's confusing if you also count in the >> file >> extension .jq. > > I added a small note which says that the module is written in jsoniq and that > can be imported > both by xquery and jsoniq modules. > However, I don't know which webpage should I link to explain the version > declaration: jsoniq.org does not mention this header, which I only found > discussed in http://www.zorba.io/blog/. A link to this page would soon become > outdated and I don't know how to get the specific post url. Any suggestions? > Thanks I think that's fine. Leave it like this. Zorba still has to catch up to make .jq modules possible. Once this is done, we need some general documentation for such cases.
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