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[XSLT 2.0] IBM-XSLT-129: Default function namespace for function-available

From: Henry Zongaro <zongaro@ca.ibm.com>
Date: Thu, 22 Apr 2004 09:53:51 -0400
To: public-qt-comments@w3.org
Message-ID: <OF544BA862.9EFAC729-ON85256E74.004B880A-85256E7E.004C55F9@ca.ibm.com>

Section 18.1.1 of XSLT 2.0

The third paragraph beneath the signature of function-available states 
that "The value of the $function-name argument must be a string containing 
a lexical QName.  If the lexical QName is unprefixed, then the standard 
function namespace is used in the expanded QName."  The last sentence of 
the paragraph then says, "If the expanded-QName has a non-null namespace 
URI, then it refers to a stylesheet function or extension function; 
otherwise, it refers to a function defined by XPath or XSLT."

The first part of the paragraph precludes the possibility that the 
expanded-QName will ever have a null namespace URI.  The last sentence of 
the paragraph should be changed to "If the namespace URI of the 
expanded-QName is the standard function namespace, the expanded-QName 
refers to a function defined by XPath or XSLT; otherwise, it refers to a 
stylesheet function or extension function."

Thanks,

Henry
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