Re: [xsl] 'apply-templates' on parameter of 'call-template'
Subject: Re: [xsl] 'apply-templates' on parameter of 'call-template'|
From: Angus McIntyre <angus@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 10 Apr 2004 11:47:13 -0400
At 11:26 -0400 10.04.2004, G. Ken Holman wrote:
You've made a mistake that many of my students do when they rush:
You want match= not name=
You know, I've been making that mistake on average twice a day for
the past six months or so. So much for my theories about learning
Thank you for pointing that out.
Just for the record, this works flawlessly on Xalan-J, LibXSLT and
Saxon (invoked through TestXSLT), although the time to compile the
stylesheet on the first attempt is noticeably longer with Xalan-J and
Saxon than with most other stylesheets I've tested. Sablotron, on the
other hand, doesn't like it at all. A cursory trawl through the logs
makes it look as if something in 'expat' is blowing up (this is under
MacOS X 10.3.3). I guess this technique, while presumably legal, is
not necessarily safe for applications that are agnostic about the
exact XSLT processor in use. I get the feeling that while it's
formally correct, it may be slightly 'bleeding edge' with respect to
certain processor implementations.
Thanks again to all who responded,
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