Flat puzzle. (Re: <xsl:stylesheet xmlns...)
----- Original Message ----- From: Steve Muench > Why did we do it? To get feedback from users like you and > Sebastian and the countless others on this list who were > creating the "tons of use cases" by trying out these "beta" > releases and vocally reporting the feedback. This is very good. I wish you already got something like 'Flat puzzle' described below. <LONG_LIST_OF_OBJS> <A>content</A> <B dep="A">content</B> <C dep="B">content</C> <D/> <E dep="nowhere"/> .... </LONG_LIST_OF_OBJS> I should produce a group with Tile "A B C", because there are dependencies. ( With the Title "A B C" and <ol> then bunch of <li>'s ( <li> for A, <li> for B <li> for C. ) and </ol>, a group of 'nodependencies' ( same structure ) a group of 'baddependencies' ( same structure ). Mind to share a solution? ( Smells that key() could be a workaround for missing updateable variables ). Sofar everything I'm producing looks soo ugly ... comparing to trivial: 'iterate once -> create intermediate structures -> merge" in any programming language Many thanks. Rgds.Paul. XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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