Re: Math "functions" for XSLT 1.0
Microsoft isn't the only software company in the world.For me, MSXML was the first very good XSLT engine 10 years ago and if Microsoft had continued to implement recommendations, I'm convinced all others would have too.
Or maybe you're referring to Internet Explorer?Internet Explorer is widely deployed and that's its (unique ? ;-) ) strength.
Plugin are difficult to deploy. That's why Acrobat Reader comes with other Adobe programs, that's why SilverLight is embedded with Internet Explorer,... I'm still not convinced it was a good choice to consider Mozilla XForms as an extension.There's an open source XQuery plugin for IE, although I'm not sure how polished it is (search for xqib).
Or you could write XSLT thatYes, that's precisely what I do with XSLTForms (http://www.agencexml.com/xsltforms) which is heavily based on XSLT 1.0 (XPath 1.0 parsing with XSLT/XPath 1.0 only is not easy...). I want now to enrich it with graphs support with requires graph2svg XSLT 2.0 stylesheets porting and svg2xaml.xsl improvements.
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