Re: New XPath Filter Transform

> I read the context part, and I think it is correct; I just misunderstood
> the application of the resulting subtrees. I think that include should
> be specified as set intersection, as exclude is set subtraction. Set
> replacement would, I think, be non-intuitive and, in my opinion, bad.
> We can get set replacement behaviour using set intersection and an input
> nodeset from URI #xpointer(/).

I agree with Merlin.  intersection and subtraction seems better.

TAMURA Kent @ Tokyo Research Laboratory, IBM

Received on Tuesday, 12 March 2002 21:06:00 UTC