Re: XSLT (2) namespace safe i18n patterns
Andrew Welch wrote: > I would group the translations by area, with a suitable suffix > (just like Java :) You can do that with @xml:lang too. > for example: > helppage_en_GB.xml > helppage_de_DE.xml Well, you're not using a @lang anymore here :-) Of course, in a particular context, there can be plenty of reasons to use something else than an attribute, or something else than BCP 47. And there is no reason trying to stick with @xml:lang just to use @xml:lang. But if you create an attribute to set a BCP 47 tag, then just use @xml:lang... Regards, -- Florent Georges http://www.fgeorges.org/
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