On Mon, Feb 03, 2003 at 05:47:29PM +0000, David Carlisle wrote:
In general I'd agree although in the case of xslt I'm not sure how many
of the current implementors are planning to do an XSLT2. Most have been
quite quiet on the subject.
The dependancy on W3C XML Schemas makes it very very unlikely for me.
I can't implement a specification I don't understand. As as side
effect I can't implement specifications depending on it too.
Life is short ... I don't want to bury month and months of
mine into trying to implement (and support !) a spec which is
just too unclear to be understood reliably. At least that's my
perception so far.
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