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Re: XSLT wish list

Subject: Re: XSLT wish list
From: Steve Ball <Steve.Ball@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 22 May 1999 10:35:36 +1100
xslt stderr
Writing a message to stderr is surely just a specific example of an
application-level function?  What if my XSLT processor has a GUI or
Web interface and there is no "stderr"?  In that case I want a callback 
into the application code, with the callback being able to optionally
raise 
an exception for the XSLT processor.

I would think that the extension mechanism is where one would deal with 
this situation.

Steve Ball


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