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Fwd: rewritten GP19

From: lynne rosenthal <lynne.rosenthal@nist.gov>
Date: Tue, 09 Aug 2005 05:03:18 -0400
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>Date: Tue, 09 Aug 2005 04:24:23 -0400
>To: karl@w3.org, dom@w3.org, richard.t.kennedy@boeing.com, 
>lofton@rockynet.com, mark.skall@nist.gov, Patrick Curran 
><Patrick.Curran@Sun.COM>
>From: lynne rosenthal <lynne.rosenthal@nist.gov>
>Subject: rewritten GP19
>
>OLD
>In XSLT 1.0 [XSLT10], extension attributes (from other namespaces) can
>   be present on the official XSLT elements, but they are prohibited from
>   changing the specified behavior within the detectability of conforming
>   behavior. Thus, an extension attribute can cause the element to
>   perform faster but cannot change the result.
>
>NEW
>In XSLT 1.0, Section 2.1  [XSLT10], extension attributes (from other 
>namespaces) can
>   be present on the official XSLT elements, but they are prohibited from
>   changing the specified behavior within the detectability of conforming
>   behavior. Specifically, an element from the XSLT namespace may have an 
> attribute not from the XSLT namespace…the presence of such attributes 
> must not change the behavior of XSLT elements and functions defined in 
> the XSLT specification.  Thus for example, an extension attribute can 
> cause the element to perform faster but cannot change the result. defined 
> in this document.
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