Re: [xsl] wordml to docbook (sect1-sect5)

Subject: Re: [xsl] wordml to docbook (sect1-sect5)
From: Jon Gorman <jonathan.gorman@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 6 Dec 2005 09:05:49 -0600
I think you're making the problem more complicated than it actually
is.  Remember, XSLT isn't about "closing tags" and end tags.  It's
about using functional approaches to manipulating a node tree.  This
is somewhat of a generalization, but not an extreme one.

This seems to be just a variation of the the FAQ of node depth:

So what you might want to do is to count the number of ancestor::w:p
or whatever you're creating the source from.

that is

<xsl:variable name="level" select='count(ancestor::w:p) + 1' />
<xsl:element name="sect{$level}">

Or am I  missing somthing?

Jon Gorman
ps. This is a bit of a pet peeve of mine, but I follow these messages
based on subject line/thread.  So if you're going to add information
when you have a currently existing thread, do it there, don't start a
new one.  No one has responded to your email so I figure you might
still need a response, but I don't like having to jump around a couple
of threads to do it.

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