RE: Schema-aware processors - W3C schemas only?
> I'm reasonably confident, Oh good (I wasn't, but you're in a better position to know:-) You might have gathered that I'm not the worlds biggest fan of Xpath 2 but I would like to see XSLT2 succeed (even if it is stuck with an Xpath2 that's more or less like the current draft) > no-one wants to be in the WD-xsl > position of having to support a draft that turned out not to be as final as > they thought it would be The problem with that wasn't announcing or releasing test versions (xt, saxon xalan nee lotusxsl all survived, more or less) it was releasing it as a non-beta component of a piece of software that was then distributed to 90% of the world's desktops... David -- http://www.dcarlisle.demon.co.uk/matthew XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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