Re: Re: The Perils of Sudden Type-Safety in XPath 2.0
...I have the feeling that a group of people has the goal of making XSLT a ridiculous language.
If they are, they only make that most users continue to use xslt1.0 and that xslt2.0 might have the same fate of the xslt1.1
Why can't we have xsl:result-document, xsl:function, a bunch of useful XPath functions and get rid of RTF without all the NEW! and ENHANCED! PSVI dependent and other grammar-changing XPath stuff? I can't see much of a dependency.
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