Michael Kay wrote:
If the market decides that it wants XSLT processors with schema support
then it will indeed get frustrated with products that don't offer it,
and vendors of those products will come under pressure to provide it.
If, as many people on this list are predicting, users don't care a damn
about having schema support, then they are unlikely to miss it. The
market will decide.
Personally, I think I might find some features related to WXS quite
handy. But I find other areas of the current draft much more useful, so
I hope that XSLT 2.0 will be widely implemented, with or without schema
BTW: Thank you very much for Saxon, including it's experimental support
for XSLT 2.0.
It rocks. (as ever :)
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