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RE: doe alternative?

Subject: RE: doe alternative?
From: DPawson@xxxxxxxxxxx
Date: Wed, 11 Sep 2002 13:40:31 +0100
RE:  doe alternative?
DC said:
> > Other than nested comments, I can't see any rationale in 
> disallowing it?
> It would be a source of incompatibility between stylesheets 
> as it would
> expose the XML linearisation  to the XSL  stylesheet, something not 
> currently possible.

The Yorkshire response is so what ;-)
In terms of processing (as todays mail shows)
they are all identical post parse?

How does such an exposure cause a problem I suppose is the next question?
I can't see how this is a source of incompatibility David?
Oops. Is it the white space node issue Mike Kay mentioned a few days ago?
Some have some haven't?

Regards DveP

> <xsl:variable name="x">   
>           <xsl:comment>
>             <meta>
>               <xsl:apply-templates mode="verb" select="@*"/>
>             </meta>
>          </xsl:comment>
> </xsl:variable>
> If it would be allowed, then string value of $x would be 
> something like
> <meta a="2"/>
> or
> <meta a="2"></meta>
> or
> <meta
>    a = '2' ></meta>
> depending on how the system linearises XML.
> David
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