1) Isn't the syntax 'verse/id()' more consistent with the rest of the spec than 'id(verse)'? If id() acted like XT's 'next-element', then 'chapter/id(verse)' would match all verses pointed to by chapters. If I understand correctly, in the current spec, the following are equivalent: chapter/verse/id(.) chapter/id(verse) id(chapter/verse) 2) When 'id(@idref)' is used as a match pattern, e.g. in xsl:template, the XSL processor must scan the entire source tree to find any attribute '@idref' with value containing the id of the current node. True? Or am I missing something? Scott Ferguson Caucho Technology XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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