Re: [xsl] *[@new='yes']

Subject: Re: [xsl] *[@new='yes']
From: "Nikolai Grigoriev" <grig@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 6 Feb 2001 15:00:59 +0300

One way to achieve it is to create a template that matches the attribute:

<xsl:template match="@new[.='yes']">
  <xsl:attribute name="color">red</xsl:attribute>

Then you put a  respective xsl:apply-templates inside each of the templates for
<p>, <h>, etc:

<xsl:template match="p">
    <xsl:apply-templates select="@new"/>


----- Original Message -----
From: Gustaf Liljegren <gustaf.liljegren@xxxxxx>
To: <xsl-list-digest@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Tuesday, February 06, 2001 2:02 PM
Subject: [xsl] *[@new='yes']

> Hello,
> I'm been playing with a sample where I'm trying to get all new parts of a
> document to show up in red, using XSL FO. There are headers, paragraphs and
> other typical document elements. All of them can have a new attribute with
> the value "yes", like this:
> <?xml version="1.0"?>
> <test>
>    <h>This is a header, but it's not new.</h>
>    <p>This paragraph is not new.</p>
>    <p>This paragraph isn't new either.</p>
>    <p new="yes">This paragraph is new.</p>
>    <p>This isn't.</p>
>    <h new="yes">This header is new</h>
>    <p>Another paragraph. Not new.</p>
>    <p new="yes">Another paragraph. New.</p>
> </test>
> The problem is that both headers and paragraphs has their default
> appearance too, and I haven't found a good way to just add the attribute
> color="red". Of course I could make separate templates, like p[@new='yes']
> and h[@new='yes'], but this means I must define their default appearance
> Regards,
> Gustaf Liljegren
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