Subject: Re: [xsl] Is it OK for xsl:output to affect the construction of an unserialized result tree?|
From: Barry Lay <blay@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 20 Jul 2004 13:02:28 -0400
We should note that the general issue of whether the xsl:output can affect the construction of the result tree goes beyond the specific case cited here. For instance, if it is OK for xsl:output to do this, then one might imagine that <xsl:output indent="yes"/> could lead to the insertion of additional text nodes in the result tree, though to my knowledge no XSLT processor yet does that.
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