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xsl:copy-of copies what?

Subject: xsl:copy-of copies what?
From: martin@xxxxxxxx
Date: Fri, 25 Jan 2002 16:03:00 +0000 (GMT)
xsl copy of nullpointerexception
heya, quick question about the XSLT 1.0 spec.
i can't seem to find much detail on what types of nodes are copied over
by xsl:copy-of - it specifies how to copy element nodes and says about the
root node that it is copied by copying its children.
though which ones?? can't copy the doctype, any others that should be

the equivalent operation in DOM would probably be
importNode(Node n, boolean deep).
DOM docs state clearly that document type nodes for one cannot be
imported, neither can document nodes (Xerces barfs on you with a
NullPointerException if you try!)


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