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Hi-Angel wrote:

Okay, I wrote a python code that explores every property, and doesn't
fall into an infinite cycle. It is
However it produces too much output, e.g. from a test document it
produced 1gb of output. I think the problem is that most elements
still appears in output many times — the check that in backtrace
wasn't the current element is ensures only that it wouldn't fall in an
infinite cycle.

You can get an infinite cycle at any level, so only checking at the top level is not good enough. 
You will have to check at each node.
Piet van Oostrum <>
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