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RE: [xsl] Continue seqlist numbering

Subject: RE: [xsl] Continue seqlist numbering
From: David.Pawson@xxxxxxxxxxx
Date: Tue, 6 Jan 2004 08:17:46 -0000

Ken said:
    Ummmmmmmm ... with so many implementations of XSLT I don't 
    think this is at all true ... but perhaps my perspective is 
    different because I teach this stuff and tend to stay in 
    the ivory tower and not bias or prejudice any specific 
    implementations.  Not everyone is using Saxon, and not 
    every processor supports a node-set() function,

Just how pedantic is Ken?
   Saxon, Xalan support node-set().
   I don't think M$ | libxslt do. Are they the only ones?
   Can anyone speak for jd or other processors?

regards DaveP

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