Re: [xsl] Are there any free, fully-compliant XSLT/XPath 3.0 processors?

Subject: Re: [xsl] Are there any free, fully-compliant XSLT/XPath 3.0 processors?
From: James Fuller <james.fuller.2007@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 27 Jan 2013 11:54:08 +0100

I've got access to a poll tool ... feel free to forward me questions
offlist and I will setup.

unsure what you going on about insulting terms/delineation e.g. was it
age ? nontechie versus techie ? perhaps its because I dont live in
UK/USA for almost a decade and losing my 'correctness' chip ????


On Sun, Jan 27, 2013 at 9:23 AM, davep <davep@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Slightly different tack.
> <guesses>
> If we have 100 people in the world using XSLT. How many
> are restricted to XSLT 1.0 for some reason.
> How many require 2.0 for technical capability and use its features
> regularly.
> Have decided to move to 3.0 because....
> I looked at free survey tools, they mainly restrict to < 100 entries.
> Pointless?
> If anyone has access to such a tool it would make for an interesting set of
> results,
> more so with well thought out questions lacking bias.
> Agreed 3.0 is CR, but my guess is that users will look at it and perhaps use
> fringe
> content, but the number using it seriously? Of my 100 users, perhaps 2.
> I shan't use Jims rather insulting terms to delineate users.
> If 2.0 is currently drawing 10 or 20 users I'd be surprised.
> IMHO 3.0 has rolled 180 degrees from the one man xslt 1.0 effort and is now
> the
> proverbial horse designed by committee.
> </guesses>
> DaveP

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