Re: [xsl] positional grouping xslt2

Subject: Re: [xsl] positional grouping xslt2
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 10 Mar 2004 11:11:03 GMT

  I now have my normal list of templates, even if they are all moded,
  rather than the (near single) long and complex choose for the xslt 2.0

  Not sure if this tells us anything or not.

The xslt2 version would also have been better written as multiple
templates, (eg so that lists that are children of first level section
were picked up as well as lists that were children of second level.)
I just didn't want to spend the time refactoring it.

Your xslt1 version didn't actually group up your bullet points into a
list element did it?

Coincindentally I just commented in reply to Mike's answer that while
many of the for-each-group forms are convenient they can be done in
xslt1 once you know the tricks, but that one is harder (as you have to
stop using the child axis and process things one at a time allong the
following-sibling axis.)



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