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Subject: RE: glossary sorting/indexing question
From: "Trevor Nicholls" <trevor@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 21 May 2008 01:21:03 +1200
RE:  glossary sorting/indexing question
Thank you David, that was very helpful.

You're right, I must have run the 1.0 stylesheet through Saxon before I
added the translate() to the key definition. And I've just verified that
XMLSpy still chokes on the stylesheet without the variables in the key, so I
wasn't deluding myself in thinking there was some kind of problem there. But
I'll redo this in 2.0 because it's a lot easier to read, as you say.

Can I <xsl:import> existing version 1.0 stylesheets which do other useful
things into a 2.0 stylesheet which does the glossary-specific stuff? Or do I
have to change them all? Currently I use xsltproc for a large number of
small transforms because the performance edge over a 2.0 processor adds up
to a significant time saving in the full build, and it seems that the
optimal fix here would be to use Saxon for the glossary-specific stuff
without having to go away and create 2.0 copies of all the low-level


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From: David Carlisle [mailto:davidc@xxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Wednesday, 21 May 2008 12:02 a.m.
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