Re: More XSL Discussion
At 08:53 26/02/98 -0500, you wrote: >Sean Mc Grath wrote: >> >> Eh? I *want* that rule to trigger over an over again. I want the >> text of each title occuring in a sect1 element under a chapter element! > >You don't want it to trigger 100 times, or 1000 times per title, in >totally random order, do you? DSSSL/XSL implementors can execute >construction rules as often as they want in whatever order they feel >like. Now you have me worried! Can you please explain this? Lets say I have a really simple stylesheet. One construction rule for title elements. That is all - no fancy selects or modes or stuff. Just this: <xsl> <rule> <target-element type = "title"> <DIV> <children/> </DIV> </rule> </xsl> My document has 10 title elements. If I understand you correctly you are saying 1) This construction rule might be executed 1000 times 2) The order in which the title elements in my document are processed is random. I don't get it:-( XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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