Subject: Re: [xsl] configuring a conditional|
From: Bruce D'Arcus <bdarcus@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 23 May 2005 10:07:13 -0400
Now my question is, how would I actually implement this in the XSLT?
As I couldn't really guess what half the attributes in your example mean. (Or rather I could guess several meanings)
<rule when-more-than="2" and-less-than="6"
is clear enough (although I hate the attribute-name-as-sentence-fragment
style) But even here is this rule triggered on an author name that's in
a position in that range, or a citation reference that has a number of
authors that falls in that range?
subsequent to what? (The answer to this question might be obvious given the answer to the first question)
I can't even guess what this means.
<renderas font-style="italic">et al.</renderas>
I'm not sure that it's good to mix up the transformational aspects of possibly trucating an author list with the font styling aspects of how to typeset et al.
<title font-style="italic"> <suffix>.</suffix> </title>