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Subject: Re: xsl, and different xml versions
From: "Aron Bock" <aronbock@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 15 Apr 2005 03:27:11 +0000
jacob briggs
Jake, that was just an example of using modes to invoke different templates ... which happen to reside in different stylesheets. Adding a "version" attribute (as you indicate below) and branching on that value are necessary for your specific problem, but are simply clerical details wrt the general approach.

Regards,

--A

From: Jake Briggs <jakbri@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

Thanks for the reply. How do we know which "mode" the input file

(doc.xml) should be transformed in?
Should it not be like this :

The input file (doc.xml):
=====
<doc version="a"> ######## Note the version attribute ########
<foo/>
</doc>


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