RE: What will be the future improvements of XSLT?
: David Carlisle wrote: >> 2, Sorting of elements according >This is one area where I think XSL is weak, not because of the >declarative nature, but because you can't reuse the result tree, >it is hard to do sorting and processing at the same time. >(see the recent question about sorting data and grouping into table >rows) Isn't this a repeating problem that needs to be addressed by the editors? If they have valid reasons for not permitting re-use of the result tree, then how about some other (ephemeral?) intermediate form that could be used to achieve the end result? It would appear that there is a valid customer driven need, come on editors, how about it? Regards, DaveP XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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