XSLT 2.0 question
I'm thinking the answer to the following will be no, along with some choice witticisms regarding my ancestry, but I had a weird freaking idea a couple nights ago about using inline xslt as sort of a scripting language for an app I'm working on, obviously this is me thinking of future extensions to said app. am wondering if it would be possible to set up solutions that do the following in xslt 2.0, let us say you run your xslt against an xml document that contains inline xslt code, perhaps just a single xsl:template, would there be any way, hopefully incredibly involved and complex :) to declare that inline templates should be run and take precedence over templates in the xslt. so if I have in the xslt <xsl:template match="person"> do something </xsl:template> and in the xml document I'm transforming <person>...</person> <code><xsl:template match="person">do something else</xsl:template></code> XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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