Re: XSLT Programmer's Reference 4th Edition
In production terms, the publishers seem to have done an excellent job. XSLT and XPath are now back in one book, and although this is now over 1300 pages, the paper quality and binding are much better than the 3rd edition, and the book is no thicker or heavier than the 900-page XSLT volume of the 3rd edition.
I know that many readers give the book heavy use and complain
about it falling apart; hopefully the hard cover format will make this less
And hopefully the functions + XSLT names head the pages acting as an index, as per first edn
And is the index accurate this time?
4th edn it's about time Mike.
-- Dave Pawson XSLT XSL-FO FAQ. http://www.dpawson.co.uk
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