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Re: Why is there an "S" in XSLT?

  • From: David Carlisle <davidc@n...>
  • To: rob@k...
  • Date: Mon, 19 May 2008 21:34:46 +0100

Re:  Why is there an "S" in XSLT?

> What would be really nice is if you could build up simplified
> stylesheets in a transform and run them in that same transform. I know
> it can't be done (currently), but it still would be cool :)

if you don't mimd extension functions, then saxon:transform allows this.

David

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