Re: [xslt] exsl:tokenize() problem

Le vendredi 11 mars 2005 Ã 10:01 -0500, Daniel Veillard a Ãcrit :
> On Fri, Mar 11, 2005 at 03:49:58PM +0100, Nicolas Mailhot wrote:
> > I think the problem here is the changing of document context (but why is
> > it affecting keys ? Aren't keys supposed to be more or less stable when
> > transformation begins ?)
>   no. exslt:tokenize creates a new document. keys() may not be computed
> on that document. Unclear if they should be.

So you're telling me invoking tokenize on a string to split it up makes
xslt loose the current document and all its context ?
That would severily limit tokenize usage to leaf processing.
I don't want to apply key on anything but the original document - the
tokenize is just here so I can look up a variable node number is the
source doc using each of the tokens.

> > Well it certainly does not work as expected here;( But since I never
> > really played with tokenize before, maybe it's my expectations which are
> > wrong.
>   if your reference a node in the exslt:tokenize result it is in a different
> document tree than the current one.
> > Attaching the problem xslt with 4 small xmls to apply on. The command I
> > use on it is :
>   I honestly don't have much time right now. Do not hold your breath.

Hey, sure, I have no right to demand anything of you.
If you can spare 30s to look at it, I'd be grateful. My tokenize use is
really as simple as what I already posted - the full stylesheet is just
here to provide context.


Nicolas Mailhot

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