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Re: XSL - Documentation

Subject: Re: XSL - Documentation
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 13 May 2009 16:45:41 +0100
Re:  XSL - Documentation
> Sentences in attributes aren't the nicest, much better as an element
> somewhere, although for empty elements, where that documentation
> element goes is not obvious.
> <x:doc>Pointer to generated FO tree</x:doc>
> <xsl:param name="fo_tree"/>

back in some pre 1.0 era I used something similar for teh mathml
stylsheets eg
(which is a combined xsl 1.0 and microsoft wd-xsl sheet:-)

basically the embedded documentation is just xhtml

<h:p>This just ensures the mathml prefix declaration isn't copied from
the source at this stage, so that the system will use the mml prefix
coming from this stylesheet</h:p>
<xsl:template match="h:html|html">

bit to document templates internals where you can't just drop in xhtml
as it would be a literal result element there is a simple id/ref

<h:span doc:ref="mp">Test for MathPlayer (Design Science)</h:span>
and then inside the template...
<xsl:when doc:id="mp" test="not($activex='techexplorer-plugin') and


which I'd more or less forgotten about it was so long ago:-)


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