Re: [xslt] Release of libxslt-1.0.28

Hi DV et al,

I notice that the latest still assigns param data to top-level variables 
if those variables share the same name as a param passed in. I reported 
this [1] a small bit ago, but never heard back one way or the other 
about your intention to fix the behavior (or even a discussion of why 
you may not consider it a bug).

I realize this may seem a trivial issue, but there are certain 
environments (notably AxKit and SAWA that automatically pass CGI params 
as params to the XSLT stylesheets) where having param data wrongly 
assigned to variable definitions are causing users to yank out clumps of 

Sadly, I'm still buried in my own work and don't have time to dig in and 
patch, so your attention would be greatly appreciated.




Daniel Veillard wrote:
>   Time for the monthly release:
>  and GNOME FTP mirrors
>   This is a bug fix release, removed a crash with recursive global
> variables or parameter (not for local ones) and fixed the way 
> Result Value Tree are processed, especially after they were converted
> with node-set(), this requires the libxml2-2.5.5 version just released
> too:
>  * fixed node() in patterns semantic.
>  * fixed a memory access problem in format-number()
>  * fixed stack overflow in recursive global variable or params
>  * cleaned up Result Value Tree handling, and fixed a couple of
>    old bugs in the process
>   thanks to those who provided patches and bug reports,
> Daniel

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