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Re: text() and not()

Subject: Re: text() and not()
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 8 Jan 2002 14:10:25 GMT
subpara1 title

> Actually the trailing bracket has a parent <xref>, so Im now using

yes I sent a correction straight after,


a // at the start of a match expression never does anything useful.
Sometimes it changes the default priority but here, as you already have
a [] predicate, the // isn't doing anything at all.

anything that matches


will also match


if you really want to match these text nodes, it's probably easier to
come down rather than up, the same nodes are matched by


but again, if you don't want titles it is far more common to have a
template matching title that does nothing rather than matching on title,
doing the default template which recurses on to the text nodes and then
having a template that does not copy those text nodes. Doing it this way 
just makes things far more complicated than you need.


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