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RE: [xsl] info on sablotron?
Subject: RE: [xsl] info on sablotron?|
From: "bryan" <bry@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 9 Sep 2002 12:00:35 +0200
>The current version (v0.96) is supposed to be XSLT 1.0 compliant. Its
>performance is comparable to other C/C++ engines (libxslt is about 50%
Thanks, that's great.
>isn't supported yet.
> node-sets can be passed to XSLT as external objects.
Do you mean that a node-set can be passed and accessed without using a
node-set function? That would be a contradiction of what you said above
vis-à-vis compliance. Do you mean that the exslt node-set() is not
supported but sablotron does have a way for working with node-sets? Or
do you mean that if a node-set is passed as an external object to the
xslt then the xslt can access said node-set without an extension
function, otherwise the xslt cannot access the node-set; I know this
sounds sort of weird but it's how things work in .Net when dealing with
external node-sets being passed in, when they're passed in you can't
access them with node-set() but just access them without an extension
function, and when you build up a node-set internal to your document you
need to use node-set() - so anyway that's the reason I ask what
otherwise seems like a weird question.
Or is the "node-sets can be passed to XSLT as external objects" in
reference to "virtual xml documents" as per the xml.com article on the
same subject in Sablotron?
Sorry to be a bother but I want to understand it quickly as my
application structures are very node-set dependant.
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