RE: linkedin discussion of "can you sell an XSLT?"
> I was going to say to make things "final" you could restrict > it to xsl:include only.... Or introduce a final attribute. > > Personally I would be quite happy if it were limited to include only. > You can override template rules (but not named templates or global variables) with an xsl:include; you can also extend or modify keys, decimal formats, namespace aliases, attribute sets, imported schemas, and various other things. So limiting it to xsl:include doesn't really solve the problem. Regards, Michael Kay http://www.saxonica.com/ http://twitter.com/michaelhkay
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