Daniel Veillard wrote:
On Mon, Feb 03, 2003 at 04:55:09PM +0100, Tobias Reif wrote:
This is exactly the kind of endless detection and workaround code I'm
happy to not have to write:
Then stick to the spec.
I am. (for now, to a draft spec, then, to a rec spec)
And chunk your output with an external tool
in the meantime.
I see no reason for doing this.
Any of the methods I used worked fine enough as temporary workarounds,
so there's no need for a non-XSLT tool.
* processor specific extensions
* XSLT 1.1 draft syntax
Before resorting to a non-XSLT tool, I'd use
* XSLT 2.0 draft syntax
* feature detection, including procesor-specific syntax and
Asking for something with is non-standard is your
problem, I think that's relatively clear.
I don't really have a problem more than anyone else currently using XSLT
for multi-document output. There are various non-standard methods
(listed above), all do their job, but can be discussed in a thread such
as this here.
And multi-document will most likely be "standard" (part of a rec) in the
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