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RE: Deprecating XSLT templates

  • From: Evan Lenz <elenz@x...>
  • To: tpassin@h..., xml-dev@l...
  • Date: Fri, 06 Oct 2000 10:28:38 -0700

RE: Deprecating XSLT templates
> The trouble with this is that the output has undesired text.  When do you
>find out about deprecated things in, say, java?  When you try to compile
>maybe create statements) in a development IDE, that's when.  It's
>***developer*** actions that should trigger the notice, and developers who
>should get notifications.

<xsl:message> does not add anything to the output.

It's behavior is implementation-specific:

"NOTE: An XSLT processor might implement xsl:message by popping up an alert
box or by writing to a log file."

<xsl:message terminate="yes"> causes the transformation to terminate.  The
default value is no.

The developer is precisely the one who should get this message.

Evan Lenz
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