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Re: `High-level' format specifications with XSL?

Subject: Re: `High-level' format specifications with XSL?
From: Kai Grossjohann <grossjohann@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: 09 Jul 1998 12:43:37 +0200
element h1 undefined.
>>>>> "Kent Fitch" <kent.fitch@xxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:

  > <rule>
  >     <target-element type="projecttitle"/>
  >     <H1>
  >     <children/>
  >     </H1>
  > </rule>

Hm.  In a previous message I wrote that I had tried something
similar.  Here's an excerpt from that message:

    I think I tried the obvious (to me) approach: I wrote rules like the
    |   <rule> 
    |     <target-element type="projecttitle">
    |     </target-element>
    |     <H1> 
    |       <children/>
    |     </H1>
    |   </rule>
    This didn't work, though.  It produced errors like this:
    | xslj:project.xsl:29:7:E: element "H1" undefined                  
    | xslj:project.xsl:29:4:W: unknown flow-object spec or macro       
    | xslj:project.xsl:35:8:E: end tag for "rule" which is not finished

Obviously, my rule was pretty much the same as yours, and xslj choked
on it, whereas MSXSL seems to be happy with it.

Therefore the question is: which of the two implementations (if any)
behave conforming to the standard-to-be?  If MSXSL is correct, maybe
one should send a bug report to the author of xslj.

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