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   Re: [xml-dev] XSLT 2.0 and XSL(-FO) 2.0

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Hi Tom,

>> Random terminology definition -- when I talk about "XSLT
>> processors" I'm talking about the code that takes a PSVI and does a
>> transformation into a node tree. When I talk about "XSLT
>> applications" I'm talking about XSLT processors that are invoked on
>> a URI and therefore also govern the parsing process -- taking the
>> document and creating a PSVI.
> Maybe that should be "XSLT PSVI processor" to be crystal clear,
> seeing as how people often use the words "processor" and
> "application" as more or less synonymous,especially for XSLT.

Or maybe "parsing and serialising XSLT processor". The distinction is
one that can be made with XSLT 1.0 as well, where PSVI doesn't get a
look in, so I didn't want the terminology to imply that the
distinction is a new one we have to make because of XML Schema.



Jeni Tennison


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