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Re: Was: mode and moved to Namespaces

Subject: Re: Was: mode and moved to Namespaces
From: Brandon Ibach <brandon.ibach@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 17 Apr 2011 01:41:56 -0400
Re: Was:  mode and moved to Namespaces
I think Andrew was just clarifying that it was you who said "I have
stylesheets that use in excess of 80 namespaces...", since the way it
was quoted seemed to inadvertently suggest that Andrew said it.  The
following "I don't think I've ever had more than 8 namespaces in a
single stylesheet" was Andrew's own statement, offered in contrast to
the statement for which he appeared to have been credited.

And people complain that reading and understanding other people's code
(XSLT or otherwise) is too hard!  At least there's a
widely-agreed-upon specification for the meaning of that (most of it,
anyway) and limits on the syntax, unlike natural languages. ;)

-Brandon :)

On Sun, Apr 17, 2011 at 12:45 AM, ac <ac@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Andrew, I have not found that quote from the archives and I am curious as
> what was the context and what could my mistake have been, or just how long
> ago was that?
>> On 15 April 2011 09:37, Michael Kay<mike@xxxxxxxxxxxx>  wrote:
>>> On 15/04/2011 09:31, Andrew Welch wrote:
>>>>> I have stylesheets that use in excess of 80
>>>>> namepaces, for various purposes.
>>> Ouch. Perhaps I need to start revising my assumption that the number of
>>> in-scope namespaces will always be small enough to make a linear search
>>> acceptable.
>> Just for the archives it was 'ac' that said that.... I don't think
>> I've ever had more than 8 namespaces in a single stylesheet.

Current Thread
  • Re: mode, (continued)
        • Andrew Welch - 15 Apr 2011 08:40:31 -0000
        • Imsieke, Gerrit, le-tex - 15 Apr 2011 08:46:41 -0000
        • ac - 15 Apr 2011 14:05:09 -0000
        • ac - 17 Apr 2011 04:45:05 -0000
        • Brandon Ibach - 17 Apr 2011 05:42:09 -0000 <=
        • ac - 17 Apr 2011 14:59:38 -0000
        • ac - 17 Apr 2011 23:30:58 -0000
        • Liam R E Quin - 18 Apr 2011 01:25:17 -0000
        • ac - 18 Apr 2011 05:16:37 -0000


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