Re: [xslt] Parsing an incorrect xml string doesn't lead to an error

On 13/02/2014 14:24, Charles G. wrote:
I thought that if the type were different from toto in the xml, xsltapplystylesheet would exit with an error, 
but it doesn't.

If you want to check if a transform was terminated, you can call 'xsltApplyStylesheetUser' with your own 'xsltTransformContextPtr ctxt' and then test if 'ctxt->state == XSLT_STATE_STOPPED'.

I checked the source (transform.c) and it seems that if xslt encounter a terminate=yes, it just skip the 

No, the transformation should be terminated. If you see that the transformation continues, please provide a self-contained test case.


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