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Subject: configuring a conditional
From: Bruce D'Arcus <bdarcus@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 22 May 2005 21:27:40 -0400
 configuring a conditional
In my XSLT, I need to configure formatting for so-called "et al." handling in citations; e.g. (Smith et al. 1999). Sometimes this gets quite complicated, such that I've settled on this sort of config markup:

<multi-name-replace>
<rule when-more-than="2" and-less-than="6" and-position="subsequent" use-first="1"/>
<rule when-more-than="6" and-position="first" use-first="1"/>
<renderas font-style="italic">et al.</renderas>
</multi-name-replace>


Now my question is, how would I actually implement this in the XSLT? I can't rely on the and-less-than attribute to present, nor even the entire multi-name element.

Or is there a better way to make the markup suitable for transformation (it's my schema, so I can make it whatever I want!)?

Bruce

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