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Arjun Ray wrote:
>In the case of XSLT, I ignore 7.1.1 and use XSLT's element and attribute
Well, I'm using SVG that was exported by a graphics package. From
memory, I would guess that the ratio of SVG elements to XSLT elements in
this set of documents is somewhere between 50 to 1 and 100 to 1.
Creating all those literal result content elements and attributes using
the XSLT element and attibute primitives instead is not really plausible
>Using tag syntax for XSLT itself was one of the most brain-damaged "design
>decisions" I've ever seen.
A bold assertion. Perhaps you'd care to support it? My feeling is that I
really like the fact that XSLT is XML. I like being able to generate
transforms, I like using my XML editor for XSLT, and I like being able
to XPath into the current transform itself (using the document()
function - handy for little look-ups).