Re: feature request
My question was of course a trap to get this response > The problem comes when you use external entities as a way to write > modular XML files. entities for this use are always fragile (not just for xsl) as they will get removed by the XML parse. If your file structure needs to be part of the information about the document then xlink is your friend. With xlink, the references are element nodes and are quite robust in the face of transformation and parsing. As an xslt user you don't even have to wait for an xlink implementation as you can implement following the xlinks yourself with xslt document() functionality. David XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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