Re: i18n and l10n question
David Carlisle wrote: > > So I guess the processor is already an XSLT 2.0 > no, it was xalan:-) Mmh, I wonder what was exactly the input the OP did give to the processor. Because after the discussion, the "my" prefix had to appear only in xsl:function/@name. And if it was the case, I don't understand how Xalan can complain about the "my" prefix not declared. Regards, --drkm ___________________________________________________________________________ Yahoo! Mail riinvente le mail ! Dicouvrez le nouveau Yahoo! Mail et son interface rivolutionnaire. http://fr.mail.yahoo.com
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