Re: <xsl:script> and <xsl:eval>

Subject: Re: <xsl:script> and <xsl:eval>
From: Steve Dahl <sdahl@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 07 May 1999 15:52:10 -0400
Duane Nickull wrote:

> G'day all:
> I was going to post this as a reply to a previous thread but decided
> that it probably merits it's own discussion.
> We have been working almost exclusively on using the MS-XSL included in
> IE 5.0 and have found both <xsl:script> and <xsl:eval> to be *VERY*
> useful in the ability to manipulate data.  There are several specific
> problems which they seem ideally suited to handle.
> Becuase it's not part of the official draft and the xsl draft has been
> labeled "feature complete", I am personally a bit leary of hedging too
> far into the use of these tags until some further clarification is
> taken.
> ...
> Comments?
> Duane Nickull

What is it that <xsl:script> amd <xsl:eval> do, that <xsl:functions>
(Section 6.4.2) and extension functions (Section 6.2.7) don't do, or don't
do well?

- Steve Dahl

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