RE: How is this part of the XSLT specification to be interpr
Jeni Tennison [ >David Pawson wrote: >>Building on David Carlisles stylesheet, to make it a *bit* more >>obvious what's going on :-) > >Now I'm confused! :) I think that David Carlisle's stylesheet >was meant to >do two things: > >1. demonstrate how extension elements (the ones in the doc >namespace) could >be used to hold documentation that would be ignored by the >processor, with >an *empty* xsl:fallback being used to stop processors >complaining that they >don't recognise the extension element (it gives them something >to do instead) > >2. demonstrate the effect of exclude-result-prefixes on the >appearance of >namespace nodes (and elements within that namespace) within the output >that's generated > >I'm going to try to clear up my confusion by going through >David's example >step by step. I'm afraid this is going to be another one of >my long emails >- please someone shout at me if I'm using up too much bandwidth here. <snip huge/> No Jeni, Yet again its me being confused. I mailed David offline rather than go public with my repeat statement that it takes me days to get my head around David's ten minutes worth :^) Thanks for your high bandwidth contrib. I hope Tony and others appreciate your use of bandwidth as much as I. Regards, DaveP XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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