Subject: Re: [xsl] <xsl:apply-imports/> with select attribute|
From: "Imsieke, Gerrit, le-tex" <gerrit.imsieke@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 19 Dec 2013 14:15:36 +0100
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What would you want this construct to actually do?
My use case is as follows: Ibve got a master template, in which the template @match="/" contains a <xsl:for-each/> over a collection(). Inside the loop I would like to call templates from imported stylesheets, that are designed to handle single documents. Additionally they havenbt be designed to run together with other templates, so they contain no @mode attribute on their template @match="/".
This way the calls to <xsl:apply-templates select=".b/> (where . is a document node from the collection) doesnbt match the root template of the imported stylesheet, but the root template of the master stylesheet, which causes a unwanted loop.
Ibm just looking for a way to be able to give the imported stylesheets a higher priority when Ibm looping to a collection of files.
apply-imports means "process the current node using the template that would have matched if this one didn't". It's hard to see what that could mean when processing a different node, i.e. one that doesn't necessarily match the current template rule.
Michael Kay Saxonica
On 19 Dec 2013, at 11:07, Christian Mahnke <cmahnke.sub@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Hi list, is there a way (in XSLT 2.0) to get a mix of <xsl:apply-templates select="document($file)b/> and <xsl:apply-imports/>? Something like <xsl:apply-imports select="document($file)b/> This doesnbt seem to be valid but would be very usefulb&
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