RE: Abstract Interpretation of XSLT stylesheets
>>Is any one out there working on abstract interpretation of >>XSLT stylesheets >>using a document schema as input? >Would you like to expand on that just a little please? In the function programming world, people use abstract interpretation to do useful things like type checking and strictness analysis - XSLT is a functional language - ergo ...... . You can find useful things about a stylesheet if it applied to a document of a particular type. I can't be the only person on the planet to make this inference so I would be interested to find another. >is this following on from the xml-europe paper >http://www.gca.org/papers/xmleurope2000/papers/s36-02.html >by any chance? Actually no, but it is quite interesting. >REgards DaveP regards Nigel Hutchison XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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