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Re: Tutorial for collection()

Subject: Re: Tutorial for collection()
From: "Jesper Tverskov" <jesper@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 17 May 2007 19:35:57 +0200
Re:  Tutorial for collection()
Colin Adams wrote:

First, I think that your statement that we have only 2 major XSLT 2.0
processors is incorrect. I fail to see how Gestalt is less major than
Altova.

I will include it.


In gestalt, the collection function currently only accepts a file: URI which
must be a legitimate file URI
pointing to a directory. All files in this directory that sucessfully parse
as xml create a document node in the directory.

If your proper documentation for Gestalt has something of interest for the collection() function, I will link to it.

Secondly, it would be better in your example to change the template with
match="/" to one with name="initial". Asking the user to supply a dummy
document is senseless.

As far as I know name="initial" is only a method some processors support and only from the command line or from other code. When testing, many people just use an XML Editor?

I will see if can improve my text.

Cheers,

Jesper Tverskov
http://www.xmlplease.com/xslt

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