RE: Re: [ANNOUNCE] XSLT-process 1.2 available
Michael Kay writes: > > If the XSLT writes to standard output, yes. but if I use eg the Saxon > > extension to create a new file, I expect that to be created > > in the same directory as the input. > > Saxon's <xsl:document> doesn't yet fully conform to the XSLT 1.1 draft: the > filename is interpreted relative to the current directory rather than the > base URI. This is a documented restriction. I don't use xsl:document (I reverted back to 6.0.2 and saxon:output), because I cannot see any way to write a stylesheet using it that any other processor today will accept. Is there a way? so my problem will go away with final xsl:document, I gather. thats good. Sebastian XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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