Re: What do you call a stylesheet that doesn't require
> Andrew> traditional kind of transform as you can easily divide > Andrew> stylesheets into the 2 types of processing models - those > Andrew> with the XML supplied, and those where the stylesheet > Andrew> fetches the XML itself without an initial XML. > > There's a third kind - those that do not reference an XML document at > all. > There's quite a few of these in the test suite for FXSL. I think the principle's the same though - the stylesheet is 'started' and it controls the transform, rather than the host language. "Stylesheet application" maybe...
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