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[xsl] Re: Creating a XSL to return the input
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From: "Dimitre Novatchev" <dnovatchev@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 4 Mar 2003 22:45:16 +0100
> don't forget that it was something just like this that provoked
> my original posting about what match=node() really meant, and i'm
> still wading through the responses, trying to summarize them.
> in a nutshell, if you use that transform, xsltproc and saxon
> behave differently:
> saxon will copy over comments and processing instructions,
> xsltproc will not
> so, remind me again -- which one is behaving correctly?
This is not so difficult even to guess -- once you know that this is the
Identity is identity -- it must copy everything.
It seems to me that an XSLT processor that does not perform correctly the
identity transform (no offense, but this is difficult to believe)
demonstrates a complete lack of any testing...
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