Re: About XSLT
Hello, I looked at the XML version of the XSLT spec, and either it has a misuse of XLINK, or I misunderstand it's use. The links in the document have a show value of "embed" and an actuate value of "auto". Doesn't this mean that the links are traversed automatically by the browser and embedded at the current location without the user clicking on them? Wouldn't this end up in an infinite loop, since the second link on the page is a reference to itself, which would be embedded and processed at the current location, calling itself again and so on? I think these links should have an actuate value of "user" so that they are only traversed when the user clicks on them. Someone correct me if I am wrong, because I have been using the embed and auto combination to do something like a browser-side include. I'd like to know the proper syntax for doing that if embed and auto are meant for something else. Sincerely, Rick Geimer National Semiconductor rick.geimer@xxxxxxx Didier PH Martin wrote: > Hi, > > Thanks James for the subtil link to the new spec. > > So now it seems that XSLT has an official status. > > Thanks to W3C for listening our concerns. > > regards > Didier PH Martin > mailto:martind@xxxxxxxxxxxxx > http://www.netfolder.com > > XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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