RE: "'tokenize' is not a valid XSLT or XPath function.
> What's strange is while attempting to use variables to > represent document trees (a function of 2.0), changing the > version to 2.0 fixed a parse error. If you specify version="2.0" when running an XSLT 1.0 processor, then it runs in "forwards compatibility mode": it then doesn't report errors in constructs unless they are actually executed and fail at run-time. This was designed to make it easier to write stylesheets that run with multiple processors implementing different XSLT versions. Michael Kay http://www.saxonica.com/
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