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Exslt implementation, was "When does sort occur?"

Subject: Exslt implementation, was "When does sort occur?"
From: "Ragulf Pickaxe" <jawxml@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 13 Jun 2003 10:50:38 +0000
msxml4 implementation
Hi Dimitre,

1. It is not necessary to have Exslt in order to use a max() function. With MSXML3
you can use the "maximum" template from FXSL 1.1

Is there a list of functions that can be accessed in FXSL 1.1 without Exslt?

2. Just a few days ago I announced an implementation of EXSLT (the "common"
and "sets" modules) for MSXML4. This can bedownloaded from the project page of
FXSL: http://sf.net/projects/fxsl

Noted - haven't looked at it yet.

I thought people, who use MSXML are probably using mostly MSXML4 -- I will produce
an EXSLT implementation for MSXML3 if there is sufficient demand -- just let me

Well, there is demand fom me, at least :-)
How much much work is rewriting the functions? What does MSXML4 do, that MSXML3 does not? Just currious - I thought MSXML4 was just a better (faster) implementation (with some bugs). At least when you consider from the stylesheet's point of view.

Is it easy to upgrade from MSXML3 to MSXML4 without any side effect?

Ragulf Pickaxe

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