Subject: Re: [xsl] Parametrized includes -work-around?|
From: Ralph Holz <ralph.holz@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 09 Aug 2004 10:44:51 +0200
Doing a two-step transformation seems easier at this points. We consider doing the first part (constructing the stylesheet that performs the actual transformation) as part of the strutscx action.
That's odd because having generated a stylesheet on teh fly you then have to use that as the main transformation stylesheet, ie exactly the thing you said was hard to do.
My point is this: we're going to have more than one dynamic include, i.e. the main stylesheet B would need to include, say, two more templates (C and D) dynamically (in addition to A which is always included as a module).
Following your suggestions, we would write a strutscx action that combines C and D, then include B (and A). 'The XSLT way'.
But I fail to to see the difference to doing it this way: write a strutscx action that takes B (and A), and inserts C and D. Does the same thing, only maybe not the 'XSLT way'.
Actually, is there a written requirement that states how dynamic includes should be handled the XSLT way?