RE: Tree from directory listing
> By the way, I realize that it opens an alternative to the > node-set function! Wrap your fragment in > some obscure element name (or just use some namespace) and > add a key that only matches that element. > Should work, I guess.. No, it doesn't. In XSLT 1.0 (sans xx:node-set()) you are only allowed to do two things with an RTF, namely to copy it using xsl:copy-of and to use it in a context where a string would be accepted. That means that a node in an RTF can never become the context node, which means that you can't select within an RTF using the key() function. Nice try. Michael Kay http://www.saxonica.com/
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