Re: xsl:for-each and variables
> Given that the spec for xsl changed every month over the summer, and > installing a new xt is free and only means getting a couple of jar > files. What might be "free" in one sense isn't when development groups spread across the country each with lots of XSL file each have to co-ordinated on (at least) the namespace change. If the upgrade were seamless, I would. Yes, I could write some script to perform the conversion, but really we're trying to build our product. Frankly I don't know what other changes I have to make. As schedule permits, I am trying to keep current especially when a new release adds very useful features (external passing of XSL variables). Besides we are already battling a vendor's product that uses a much older version of XT. Guess that's why they call it bleeding edge! Larry XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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