Re: XSLT 2.0 has arrived
Elliotte > unless maybe I need to do something that 2.0 makes a lot easier. you mean like transforming xml:-) I was (and still am, really) highly critical of the level to which schema-nonsense affected xquery/xslt2 but actually xslt2 has turned out rather well. The schema features don't intrude too much if you are using a basic processor, and the extra functionality (temporary trees, grouping and regexp in particular) mean that for anything other than client side xslt (which I still think has a place) I'd use xslt2 every time. Try it, you may find yourself being hooked... David
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