Re: Sum in conjunction with string splitting?
>>>>> "David" == David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx> writes: >> But only if your stylesheet's base-uri path is /, I think: David> .. >> There should be a leading file:/// before the C:/XSLT/FXSL, I >> think. David> Not necessarily , C:/XSLT/FXSL is a an absolute URI in the David> unregistered URI scheme C, but I think it's conformant for David> an xslt engine to support that URI and resolve it to David> something, perhaps even something on a windows filesystem David> mapped to that drive letter if you are lucky. as it David> doesn't have the scheme:authority//path syntax it can't be David> a hierarchical URI so if you used such a URI as a base you David> shouldn't be able to resolve relative URI agaisnt that David> base, but I think it's OK as an absolute URI isn't it? Yes, you are quite right - it has a colon so it's an absolute URI. And Dmitre observes that MSXML4 accepts this - which it's quite entitled to do. But others are equally entitled to barf on it, or if they accept it, not to recognize it as a file URI (which it isn't). (You could distribute a catalog with such a transformation, which mapped all C URIs to file:///C: URIs, which wold work if the processor had in-built support for catalogs (<smug-grin/>), but even this won't cover all) So I stand by my original statement. -- Colin Adams Preston Lancashire
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