Re: Combining stylesheets for baseclass-subclass type
>Can't you just include a.xsl in b.xsl? Call a on it's own and b includes >a so it does what want? Indeed I wish it was that simple. However, if you read my original message, you will see that it is not that simple in this case. This is the part that gets to the core of the problems (altough you should really read it in full context): > So far, so good, right? Well, these are the problematic versions that I want to be able generate: > > --- result 2a --- > <c:c xmlns:c="urn:c"> > <c:foo="a-specific information" /> > <c:bar="b-specific information" /> > </c:c> > > --- result 2b --- > <c:c xmlns:c="urn:c"> > <c:foo="a-specific information"> > <c:bar="b-specific information" /> > </c:foo> > </c:c> Think about it for a while; how would you design the stylesheets? - Daniel Brockman mailto:daniel.brockman@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx "To spot the expert, pick the one who predicts the job will take the longest and cost the most." - Murphy XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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