Subject: Re: [xsl] Complete list of processorspecific capabilities in XPath 2.0? From: Abel Braaksma <abel.online@xxxxxxxxx> Date: Thu, 10 Apr 2008 20:11:15 +0200 
Hi Folks,
Is there a complete list of processorspecific capabilities in XPath
2.0?
Here's the list that I currently have:
1. Evaluating the range expression in an XPath "some" expression is processorspecific.
Example: Consider this <prices> element, which is comprised of a list of values:
<prices>40.99 19.00 N/A 23.80</prices>
And this "some" expression:
some $i in data(prices) satisfies ...
An XPath processor may:
 evaluate the list values lefttoright
 evaluate the list values righttoleft
 stop at the first list value where the satisfies expression yields a
true value
 evaluate all list values
2. Evaluating the range expression in an XPath "every" expression is processorspecific.
Example: Consider this <prices> element, which is comprised of a list of values:
<prices>40.99 19.00 N/A 23.80</prices>
And this "every" expression:
every $i in data(prices) satisfies ...
An XPath processor may:
 evaluate the list values lefttoright
 evaluate the list values righttoleft
 stop at the first list value where the satisfies expression yields a
false value
 evaluate all list values
3. A processor that is not schemaaware will not support these functions:
 schemaelement()
 element()
 attribute()
Cheers,  Abel Braaksma
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