Re: XSLT 1.1 comments -Examples please
Uche Ogbuji writes: > However, FWIW, my first encounter with the need to generate multiple output > documents was when developing a presentation. However, I implementd the > ft:write-file extension element, and proceeded to never use it in my > presentation slides. I decided that it was more natural to do the transforms > in XSLT, and queue up the slides for transform in Python. yes, in some ways thats the right way to think. in practice, for real HTML documents, changing the inter-document crossrefs is a pain.... .. > Hmm. But this sounds at odds with David's claim. I might be > misunderstanding, but it sounded as if the TEI stykesheets were positively > riddled with extension-selection trees. I isolated them, at some cost, to a single file of XSLT; as does Norm Walsh, I think. Sebastian XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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