Re: Well-formed Blueberry
Elliotte Rusty Harold wrote: > An XSLT processor is a tree-to-tree transformation. The XML > declaration is not part of the tree. It is produced only as part of > the final, optional serialization of the document. Assuming the > Blueberry declaration is part of the XML declaration, it would not > be chosen until the entire output tree was available for inspection > so that the presence or absence of Bluebbery characters could be > definitively ascertained. What's more (unless I am forgetting something), no name can be generated in the output unless it appeared as a name in the input, either the stylesheet or the source. Blueberryness, therefore, is contagious. -- There is / one art || John Cowan <jcowan@r...> no more / no less || http://www.reutershealth.com to do / all things || http://www.ccil.org/~cowan with art- / lessness \\ -- Piet Hein
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