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> they mentioned that implementors wait till > XSLT [2.0] becomes a W3C recommendation, before they even proceed > to implement the changes only because the changes are not finalized. There have been quite a few software suppliers telling their users this kind of thing. Of course it's partly true, and it's partly an excuse: that is to say, they could have started implementing XSLT 2.0 long before it became a recommendation if they chose to. So it will be interesting to see how many of these people now start implementing the new specification, and how many of them find another excuse. For someone starting today, if they are reasonably competent, I would expect them to have an 80% implementation within a year and a 100% implementation within two years. Michael Kay http://www.saxonica.com/
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