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Fwd: XSLT, XPath + XPointer menus

From: Eve L. Maler <elm@east.sun.com>
Date: Fri, 28 Jan 2000 14:07:33 -0500
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>From: Tapio Markula <tapio1@gamma.nic.fi>
>Subject: XSLT, XPath + XPointer menus
>
>I have tried to create new menus to HTML-Kit. Last XSLT, which is combination
>of XSTL + XPath recommendation. XPointer has just few extensions, which
>could be added to it. But some matters in XPointer working draft is not clear.
>
>xpointer() - is it a function???  Mentioned like this:
>xpointer(id("chap1")) ??
>
>
>Exist there point() ??? Mentioned like this:
>Two new location types, point and range,
>
>There is clearly expressed range() and written about point,
>but not any function named to point.
>
>New Funtions compared to XPath
>
>point() ??
>
>node-point, character point ???
>xpointer(... ???
>
>
>string-range()
>range( location-set )
>range-inside( location-set )
>here( )
>start-point( location-set )
>end-point( location-set )
>unique()
>
>I have tried to create new menus to HTML-Kit. Last XSLT, which is combination
>of XSTL + XPath recommendation. XPointer has just few extensions, which
>could be added to it.
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