Subject:Suggestion for improving XSLT editing Author:Anonymous Date:25 Jun 2002 06:22 PM
At present the Sense:X in Stylus Studio does a fantastic job of restricting what's available at any given point when you're editing a Schema.
Can the same thing be done for XSLT editing? At the moment Sense:X typically brings up a list of everything when editing XSLT even though only a limited subset of elements/functions/ axes would be allowable.
Also, can the XSLT editor be made more namespace aware? Even where the source document in the scenario and the XSLT both clearly identify their namespace prefixes, if you start by entering the namespace prefix, Sense:X gets thrown off and won't display the relevant list of elements. Leave out the namespace prefix and Sense:X will display all the relevant elements - but then you have to go back and insert the namespace prefix (which I keep on forgetting to do).