[xsl] Re: FXPath - A comment on EXSL

Subject: [xsl] Re: FXPath - A comment on EXSL
From: "David Rosenborg" <david.rosenborg@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 28 Feb 2001 16:58:06 +0100
Hi Dave,

> > Yes, and I think user defined extension functions sits almost 
> > right in the middle of
> > the two. I think that's why we can find sensible arguments 
> > for choosing
> > either syntax for this purpose. However, as you know, I think most
> > of the extension functions will deal with XPath types and should
> > therefore be implemented in an XPath fashion.

> Simple question just on this one. Would a resultant stylesheet using
> this form still be a valid XML document, as per today?

I'm not sure I understand your question fully, but both the EXSL
and FXPath approaches will yeild stylesheets that are valid
XML and even conforming to XSLT 1.0. Though I don't
know of any implementations that would be able to
successfully execute them as of today.



David Rosenborg
Pantor Engineering AB

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