Re: [xsl] Testing 2 XML documents for equality - a solution

Subject: Re: [xsl] Testing 2 XML documents for equality - a solution
From: Dimitre Novatchev <dnovatchev@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 1 Apr 2005 05:51:35 +1000
Hi Wendell,

> Hey Dimitre,
> At 07:05 AM 3/31/2005, you wrote:
> >In this concrete case "document equality" remains undefined.
> >Therefore, the problem based on it is also undefined.
> I'm with you so far.
> >  Any activity to
> >solve an undefined problem is groundless and imaginary -- something
> >like hallucination.
> I can accept this provisionally, leaving aside a discussion of what we
> should mean by "groundless", "imaginary", and "hallucination". (Though
> perhaps not on XSL-List. :-) Whether any such activity is a waste of time
> is, however, another question. 

I cannot see where I said it was waste of time ?

> As is whether this doesn't describe most of
> what we human animals do -- try to solve undefined problems. (Sometimes
> this activity might lead to defining a problem and solving it, after all. :-)


The main problem in this thread is to define the problem.

Dimitre Novatchev

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