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Elliotte Harold schrieb:
> Julian Reschke wrote:
>> 3. Does the XSLT implementation have a fully working node-set
>> extension (AFAIK right now, only IE does).
> I don't find that especially necessary.
Well, I do. There are scenarios where you just can't get the job done
without either node-set (or RTFs being node sets in the first place) or
chained transformations (not possible with xsl stylesheet PI).
>> 4. Are there any plans to upgrade the browser engine to XSLT 2.0
>> (AFAIK, nobody is planning that, and I'd really like to understand why).
> Ditto. Plain-vanilla XSLT 1 seems perfectly adequate for pretty much all
> browser use cases. They're a few things that are easier in XSLT 2, but
> very little important you can't do in XSLT 1.
Date formatting/parsing, grouping...
Best regards, Julian