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Re: strip-spaces

Subject: Re: strip-spaces
From: Steven Ericsson-Zenith <steven@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 6 Feb 2008 10:00:39 -0800
Re:  strip-spaces
That's cool, but very specialized. I am thinking of the more general purpose cases.

Resource specification of some form is essential. Essentially this is because I do want to tie name spaces to operations upon that name space. This should be flexible enough to allow for multiple contexts - and the mechanisms may already exist to meet that need. I just need to spend some time with it.

With respect,

On Feb 6, 2008, at 9:13 AM, David Carlisle wrote:

There are a few formats that make sense : html, xhtml,
and pdf come to mind initially.

The file format of the result is only part of the specification


are all pdf, and all generated from the same file, but don't look much
the like each other, documenting Fortran. C and MATLAB interfaces

Choice of programming pipelines are I think best left to languages for
that purpose, Make, ant, xproc, shell scripts, ... rather than
complicating the interface in xslt itself trying to tie processing to
namespace declations.


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