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/ David Carlisle <email@example.com> was heard to say:
|> Why, I have to ask, didn't you just write SQL in the first place.
| that isn't exactly a ringing endorcement of Xpath2 from a working group
That wasn't an endorsement one way or another, just a personal observation.
| Why is it that I get the feeling that XSLT group just got tired
| and couldn't be bothered to work on Xpath until it was too late and it
| had already been severly compromised into a database query language.
I don't know. A lot of the XSL WG requirements talk about typing too.
| I'd believe that if you showed me how in an XSLT2 stylesheet I could say
| If the XML parser has corrupted my data stop here so I can find a
| different parser.
You want to be able to test if a schema has been applied, is that it?
Be seeing you,
Norman.Walsh@Sun.COM | One stops being a child when one realizes
XML Standards Architect | that telling one's trouble does not make it
Web Tech. and Standards | better.--Cesare Pavese
Sun Microsystems, Inc. |
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