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Subject: RE: [xsl] xsl/xslt coding standard
From: DPawson@xxxxxxxxxxx
Date: Thu, 15 Aug 2002 13:06:26 +0100

Jeni wrote:
> One possibility that came to mind, though, was being able to specify
> one or more documentation-element namespaces for adding documentation
> to the stylesheet. So something like:

I've been using this form for some time, and follow it with
a mix of Chris's javascript to trawl for all xsl files in the project
directory, list them, then process them with a stylesheet to produce
a revision history.

Slightly different purpose, but similar goals.
My basic stylesheet now dumps:
<d:doc xmlns:d="rnib.org.uk/tbs#">

from emacs for any new xsl file.
New revision elements are added as needed.

I've normally used xml comments (rather than <xsl:comment>)
before each template. I find context for named templates a must.

Regards DaveP


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