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Subject: RE: [xsl] Portability function-available tips
From: "Andrew Welch" <AWelch@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 9 Jan 2004 14:17:30 -0000

> So you can use the same trick in the other direction: use 
> msxsl:node-set, and that works natively on msxsl and for 
> exslt processors define that function using exsltf:function, 
> the following has been tested (for a
> change)
> As Dimitre has said (and I said in my initial reply) if you 
> are in a situation where downloading a 3rd party extension to 
> the processor is OK, a better solution would be to use the 
> msxml4 exslt implementation.

The requirement was 'mxsml out of the box' otherwise I would have used
Demitre's exslt implementation. 

However the 'carlisle' method (it's the best I could come up with :) for
portability is ideal, thanks!


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