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Re: adding addressing capabilities to the DOM

  • From: Paul Tchistopolskii <paul@q...>
  • To: aaron@s..., "Xml-Dev@Xml. Org" <xml-dev@x...>
  • Date: Sat, 15 Apr 2000 21:37:04 -0700

Re: adding addressing capabilities to the DOM

Right. Sorry. I was thinking that  Document interface could better place, 
because I thought that it may be easier to extend 'Node'  into XSLT 
'Context', if NodeList getNodes(scheme, expression, currentNode)  
is part of Document, but not part of Node.  I'm not sure. Looks complex.

> If it's added to the Node interface, currentNode is implied.

Rgds.Paul.



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