Joseph Kesselman wrote:
As others have said, that's still part of a working draft, and hence still
I asked for
aspart of a spec draft,
as opposed to the various extensions.
I said it (above), they said it, you said it: yes, it's a draft. :)
Xalan does have a prototype XSLT/XPath 2.0 processor in progress I haven't
checked whether result-document support is one of the things which is
currently supported, but it's possible... If you want to try it, see the
"xslt20" branch on Apache's CVS server.
I mainly use Saxon, but It's great to hear that other open and free XSLT
processors also start to support XSLT 2.0.
(I like the parts about XSLT 2.0 that I tried out; but I think it would
be great if it would not exclusively rely on WXS, but also support RNG.)
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