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Re: Hello World

Subject: Re: Hello World
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 19 Jun 2002 22:15:01 +0100
Re:  Hello World
  but element (the only element, therefore also the doc ele) is not defined as
  a stylesheet element its an "a" element that has an xslt 1.0 namespace
  declaration within its context ... but it doesn't belong to the namespace
  nor is it an xslt stylesheet element.  

  So is the xslt version attribute declaration still needed?

Yes that's the second case (2.3) in the message of mine that you quoted.
I called it "simplified syntax" teh spec calls it "literal result
element as stylesheet". In this case you need an xsl:version attribute.
(as opposed to the version attribute on xsl:stylesheet)


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