Re: [xslt] Thread Safety Changes

Hey, remember back when Peter Jones said:
> >   xsltMessage is specific, I don't think the error should go in the
> > contextual pool. This is really a message intended to go out.
> I can see your point, but what if I were writing a GUI XSLT editor that
> allowed you to apply the stylesheet from the GUI as a "demo" mode. You
> may want to open a dialog box to display the output of <xsl:message>.

Now that I think about it a little more, it would be even better to have
a separate function pointer in the Stylesheet struct just for

If you wanted to do XSLT in a web server, you may want warnings and
errors to go to one log file, but messages to another. Same goes with
the GUI idea, you would want a xsl:message window, but don't want other
errors going there too.

Peter Jones <unix;c++;crypto;xml;vi;4wd;geek> [ ]
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