Re: [xsl] where is an exhaustive reference for xslt?

Subject: Re: [xsl] where is an exhaustive reference for xslt?
From: "Anthony Ettinger" <anthony@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 20 Oct 2007 01:15:16 -0700
On 10/20/07, Michael Kay <mike@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > I think I was trying to
> > draw the first conclusion based on what I remember from my
> > experiments with LRE stylesheets.
> Please don't do this. If you try to reverse-engineer a language
> specification by experimenting with various candidate instances, (a) it will
> take a very long time, and (b) you will probably end up inferring some
> pretty weird rules.
> There is a better way. Read the spec.
> Michael Kay

By the way, where is that spec (in alphabetical list format preferably)?

i see bits and pieces on w3, but no index of all functions for easy lookup.

Anthony Ettinger
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var (bonita, farley) = new Dog;
farley.barks("very loud");
bonita.barks("at strangers");

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