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[Bug 9069] Function to invoke an XSLT transformation

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--- Comment #3 from Michael Kay <mike@saxonica.com>  2010-09-14 16:26:50 ---
The design question is how much capability/flexibility to provide given the
limitations of the function call mechanism. For example, it's difficult to
provide an effective way of passing parameters to the transformation (unless we
add maps to the language, something which XSL WG is seriously discussing.)
Would a simple R = transform(I, S) function be sufficient, where I is the
principal source document, S the principal stylesheet module, and R the result
document?

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