Re: [xsl] Probs using XSLT in browsers

Subject: Re: [xsl] Probs using XSLT in browsers
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 8 Mar 2005 14:02:42 GMT
  So i assume that the IE and the FF processors don't support the
  exslt:node-set() altought i tougth that it was suficiente to declare
  the xmlns:exslt="";. 

Declaring (any) extension namespace only has an effect if the processor
actually supports that extension.

transformiix (the XSLt engine in mozilla and friends) doesn't support
_any_ extensions.

While it is possible to find 3rd party extensions to msxml that support
exslt internet explorer can not use them (unless accessed indirectly
from script, i suppose) although it does have its own node-set extension
in its own msxsl namespace.

You can replace exslt:node-set($dias)/dia by


should then work in both, although it will cause the stylesheet to be
parsed twice.


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