Re: [xsl] [exsl] EXSLT 1.0 - Common, Sets and Math

Subject: Re: [xsl] [exsl] EXSLT 1.0 - Common, Sets and Math
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 6 Mar 2001 17:06:47 GMT
> I think that just throwing everything in isn't quite enough: we need
> to discuss the functionality of some of the extensions -

yes, especially in the beginning, but a year down the line and
you get an email from (say) Michael and a representative of the evil
empire saying they've both implemented foobangwhizz(spodge) 
so can it go into exslt so users can use it portably on both their

At that point do you want to vet the semantics of the function, or do you
just want to say. It's implemented <here>, documented <here> so others can
implement, and no one else has used the name exslt:foobangwhizz --
so it goes in.


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