RE: [xsl] FXPath v0.3 + SAXON Implementation

Subject: RE: [xsl] FXPath v0.3 + SAXON Implementation
From: DPawson@xxxxxxxxxxx
Date: Thu, 8 Mar 2001 12:49:34 -0000
> From: David.Rosenborg@xxxxxxxxxx 

> Also, there's a test implementation of FXPath for SAXON:
> So now you can try FXPath functions for real.

com:eval is fooling me.

It  transpires that it results in a template match,
moded, with an expression as a param.

so I have

 <xsl:template match="*" mode="com:eval">
    <xsl:param name="expr" select="."/>

I'm *guessing* that the function evaluates to the application
of the expression to the node value.
If the 'expression' is something like contains(.,'P')
is it possible to apply that expression within the moded template?
  Or am I wrong again?
(It doesn't smell right, because the return value is cast to a string
  in one of the functions that use it)

Regards DaveP

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