Re: [xslt] xinclude within XSL

On Wed, Oct 12, 2005 at 11:18:03PM +0200, nico wrote:
> On Wed, 12 Oct 2005 16:57:04 -0400, Daniel Veillard <veillard redhat com>  
> >  Because there is no parsing of an xi:include involved. It's not  
> >recognized
> >and the code to implement XInclude on the tree is not called.
> Just to be sure that I've understood: you mean that xinclude is  
> interpreted only when parsing an input document, but not for any in-memory  
> node tree.


> An xinclude tag is not seen as a node by itself. Am I right?

  Wrong. The xi:include may be replaced by calling the API for XInclude
at the C level, see documentation.

> It would be great if one day (thanks to an extension or something else) it  
> was possible to input a file as raw text with xsltproc. BTW is there a  

  use XInclude in the *input data*

> plan to be able to dynamically load some extensions (via shared  
> libraries)?

  it's already in there read the list archives...


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