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[Bug 24310] Importing or including xsl:package

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Date: Tue, 11 Feb 2014 22:05:46 +0000
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https://www.w3.org/Bugs/Public/show_bug.cgi?id=24310

--- Comment #4 from Michael Kay <mike@saxonica.com> ---
Detailed changes:

(A) In the intro to 3.12, "XSLT provides two mechanisms to construct a
stylesheet from multiple stylesheet modules", change "stylesheet" to "package".

(B) In 3.7, Stylesheet Modules, change the categorisation of stylesheet
modules, as follows.

The principal stylesheet module of a package may take one of three forms:

* A package manifest, as decribed in 3.6 Packages, which is a subtree rooted at
an xsl:package element
* An implicit package, which is a subtree rooted at an xsl:stylesheet or
xsl:transform element. This is transformed automatically to a package as
described in 3.6 Packages.
* A simplified stylesheet, which is a subtree rooted at a literal result
element, as described in 3.9 Simplified Stylesheet Modules. This is first
converted to an implicit package by wrapping it in an xsl:stylesheet element
using the transformation described in 3.9, and then in an xsl:package element
using the transformation described in 3.6.

A stylesheet module other than the principal stylesheet module of a package may
take either of two forms:

* A standard stylesheet module, which is a subtree rooted at an xsl:stylesheet
or xsl:transform element. 
* A simplified stylesheet, which is a subtree rooted at a literal result
element, as described in 3.9 Simplified Stylesheet Modules. This is first
converted to a standard stylesheet module by wrapping it in an xsl:stylesheet
element using the transformation described in 3.9

Whichever of the above forms a module takes, the outermost element
(xsl:package, xsl:stylesheet, or a literal result element) may either be the
outermost element of an XML document, or it may be a child of some (non-XSLT)
element in a host document. 

[Definition: A stylesheet module whose outermost element is the child of a
non-XSLT element in a host document is referred to as an embedded styelsheet
module.] See 3.13 Embedded Stylesheet Modules.

(C) Drop the defined term "standalone stylesheet module".

(D) In 3.12.1 change the paragraph

The referenced stylesheet module may be any of the four kinds of stylesheet
module: that is, it may be standalone or embedded, and it may be standard or
simplified. If it is a simplified stylesheet module then it is transformed into
the equivalent standard stylesheet module by applying the transformation
described in 3.9 Simplified Stylesheet Modules.

to read:

The referenced stylesheet module must be either a standard stylesheet module or
a simplified stylesheet module. It must not be a package manifest. If it is a
simplified stylesheet module then it is transformed into the equivalent
standard stylesheet module by applying the transformation described in 3.9
Simplified Stylesheet Modules. 

[The previous paragraph already says the module can be either a complete
document or an embedded element within a larger document].

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