Re: [xslt] When will XSTL 1.0 fully implemented?

On Tue, Apr 10, 2001 at 09:44:24AM -0700, Sze, Tak F wrote:
> I was looking at the following URL
> which lists the current features as of Feb 17, 2001.
> It said that there are still a number of features 
> not implemented. Maybe the list is not updated.
> If so, can someone clarify this?

  exclude-result-prefixes support is still missing

I still didn't looked at the work needed to support
Embedding Stylesheets, finding the stylesheet PI is simple,
but if it is a fragment identifier to a loac part of the document
this can get a bit annoying (though libxml has XPointer support

xsl:output cdata-section-elements is not hard, just boring
I should add it

      lang = { nmtoken }
      letter-value = { "alphabetic" | "traditional" }
      lang = { nmtoken }
      case-order = { "upper-first" | "lower-first" }
in both cases this is related to specific language support and
a serious pain to implement correctly. I'm not too fond of
adding large languages specific static values, patches welcome

extension-element-prefixes is implemented,
Extension Elements and Extension Functions, basically they are there
but I'm unsure element-available() and function-available() work
properly. I didn't tried to implement xsl:fallback either.

  So what do you need precisely in this list ? And how urgently
do you need them ? Of course sending decent patches helps getting
features faster.


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