Re: [xsl] alternative for modes

Subject: Re: [xsl] alternative for modes
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 12 Feb 2004 10:35:11 GMT
  Imagine this function can be called on a tag <root> and <child> is a child
  of that tag. So each time when 'generalTemplate' is called, a template which
  matches the tag 'child' will be called too:

OK, although xslt can't see any tags in the document, and tags dont have
children (and tags are not the same thing as elements)

< xsl:template match="child">
	<xsl:if test="$p = 'situation1'>

If situation is deducable from the context of the child element node
then a common idiom is to have

 <xsl:template match="foo/child">...
 <xsl:template match="bar/child">...
 <xsl:template match="child[x=y]" priority="2">...

and then you just need 
in your calling template.



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