Re: XPointers to the start and the end of an element (
On Friday 09 June 2006 12:46, bitte.um.hilfe@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote: > first of all thanks for all your replies! > > > On Friday 09 June 2006 11:51, Colin Paul Adams wrote: > > > >>>>> "Frans" == Frans Englich <frans.englich@xxxxxxxxx> writes: > > > > > > Frans> I think Mozilla implements it incompletely, and I've > > > > > > That's not XSLT 2.0 then, is it? > > > > No, it's XPointer support via some homebrewn ECMAScript interface. I > > found > > about mozilla, its funny but I thought the same (incomplete or incorrect > implementation) my own... > > calling for e.g. /*/div/*[position()=0] for a given DOM holds, but the > same with 3 instead of 0 (which should also hold for my DOM) responds with > wrong answers > > Sorry for asking this question as it already seems to be answered, but is > the entire XSL support for Mozilla implmented as ECMAScript interface? No, Mozilla's XSL-T support, the engine called TransforMiiX I think, is not implemented with ECMAScript, as far as I know. > Because if it is and it is "homebrewn" as you mentioned, No, this thread slowly became off-topic. The API Mozilla has for exposing its XPointer support is "homebrewn" in the sense that it isn't specified in a DOM specification or similar. This has nothing to do with Mozilla's XSL-T support, which is intended to be a conformant XSL-T 1.0 implementation. Cheers, Frans
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