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Re: XSL Errata document updated

From: Dave Pawson <dpawson@nildram.co.uk>
Date: Fri, 25 Oct 2002 18:11:32 +0100
Message-Id: <5.1.1.6.2.20021025180951.01c1feb0@pop3.nildram.co.uk>
To: (wrong string) Éric Bischoff <e.bischoff@noos.fr>, www-xsl-fo@w3.org

At 17:27 25/10/2002, Paul Grosso wrote:
>It is true that src="url('TH0317A.jpg')" would probably make
>a better example.  I did not write this example, and I did
>not notice this until you mentioned it.
>
>However, I believe src="'url(TH0317A.jpg)'" should also be 
>valid.  The double quotes are just part of being an XML 
>attribute, and then the single quotes make the attribute 
>value a string.  The uri-specification datatype says it's 
>a sequence of characters, so a string should be a valid 
>value, and the quotes inside the url() part are optional.

Compatibility with xslt and xpath Paul?
 (or at least less stress in moving from one to another)

- 1 to your example, since functions 
are not in single quotes, content to functions
is?
e.g. "document('file.ext')"

regards DaveP.
Received on Friday, 25 October 2002 13:11:16 GMT

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