RE: xml:base, resolve-uri and imported xslt files: how
> "If a stylesheet contains more than one binding for a global > variable of a particular name, then the binding with the > highest import precedence is used." > > This seems to only apply to the binding, not to the other > attributes of a parameter. But this import precedence does > apply, when going from required=no to required=yes (???). > Yes, really, like this: > > IMPORTED: <xsl:param name="resource-location-url" select="'../'" /> > > IMPORTING: <xsl:param name="resource-location-url" required="yes" /> > We looked at doing something along these lines and it got too complicated. If there are two params (or variables, or a mixture) with the same name and different precedences, all but one of the declarations are ignored. It's as if the others weren't there. They can even have completely unrelated types. Michael Kay http://www.saxonica.com/
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