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Re: Documenting XSLT (Was: Note from the Troll)

Re:  Documenting XSLT (Was: Note from the Troll)
AndrewWatt2000@a... wrote:
> Additionally, having a documentation element would assist debugging of
> XSLT stylesheets. 

I very much doubt that. I could see the use of a debug attribute on the 
root and top-level elements that would condition a xsl:message elements 
within its scope (this can be done, but requires the latter to be nested 
inside xsl:if test='document("")/...' elements, which is clunky).

All the XML Schema documents I've seen make a heavy use of the 
documentation feature there were far more unreadable than their 
undocumented counterparts.

Robin Berjon <robin.berjon@e...>
Research Engineer, Expway
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