RE: Importing stylesheets Precedence Info
Steven, >The first was interesting. It works fine (i think) if only one of the >templates you imported have a match, but in my case, if I imported 5 >stylesheet "fragments" and each one had a <xsl:template match="/"> then I >think only the first imported one would be matched with apply-imports..i >want to match them all. I'm glad you've got it working anyway, and I don't want to distract you from pursuing your current solution, but I think you could get it working if you: (a) rather than having all the imports occur in one stylesheet, have only one stylesheet imported at each stage (with that stylesheet importing the next stylesheet and so on) and (b) put xsl:apply-imports in all the relevant templates in the stylesheets that do some importing Of course, it's a solution that is quite a lot of hassle and may cause problems for other reasons, so I certainly won't be offended if you don't use it ;) It's not clear to me why xsl:apply-imports was designed only applies templates found in the first imported stylesheet rather than doing so in import-precedence order. Perhaps someone can shed light on this? Cheers, Jeni Dr Jeni Tennison Epistemics Ltd * Strelley Hall * Nottingham * NG8 6PE tel: 0115 906 1301 * fax: 0115 906 1304 * email: jeni.tennison@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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