Re: xsl:message support

Dear Vojtech and xproc-dev,

On 4/3/2012 2:29 AM, wrote:
> Currently, the only standard way to get the results of xsl:message is using the p:try/p:catch step. This, however, works only in the cases when you use<xsl:message terminate="yes">. Without terminate set to "yes", you cannot access the messages.
> You can find an example of this in the XProc specification:, or in this XProc test:

Thanks, this is very useful info.

We may end up dropping our messages in as XML and then filtering them 
into a separate "warnings" pipe. I imagine this is being done a fair 
amount: is it more or less the recommendation when developers want to 
use xsl:message to emit runtime warnings? Are there other ideas I have 


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