Re: [xsl] Debugging XSL with XML Spy 5

Subject: Re: [xsl] Debugging XSL with XML Spy 5
From: Dimitre Novatchev <dnovatchev@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 11 Feb 2003 10:26:35 -0800 (PST)
Using a debugger with its proprietary and also "hidden" XSLT processor
is definitely not a good idea:

1. There's no proof and no way to prove that the "internal" XSLT
processor is 100% XSLT compliant.

2. Even if the XSLT application behaves well when run with that
"internal processor" there is no guarantee that it will run in the same
way with a concrete real-world XSLT processor.

I am happy to use a great XSLT IDE that as of now provides two
debuggers -- for MSXML4 and MSXML3.


Dimitre Novatchev. -- the home of FXSL


"dave beattie" <dave.beattie@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> Does anybody know anything about the internal xsl processor that
ships with
> XML Spy 5 ?
> This is the processor that Spy uses when with its debugging tool.
> The problem I have is that my transforms use an extension function -
> msxml's node-set function. Does anybody know if there is an
equivalent in
> Spy's processor and if so what the namespace is.
> Thanks
> Dave
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