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Re: [xsl] what is the difference between xsl namespaces

From: Mike Brown <mike@-------->
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Date: 7/17/2002 12:16:00 AM
abhishek srivastava wrote:
> Sometimes there are XSL stylesheets which appear with the namespace
> 
> http://www.w3.org/XSL/Transform/1.0

That was the XSLT namespace from April 21, 1999 until Oct 8, 1999, when the
XSLT spec was in working draft stages. When the Oct 8 working draft of XSLT
was released, the namespace changed to http://www.w3.org/1999/XSL/Transform
and has remained that way ever since.

Do not ever use the old namespace; it became obsolete when the new working 
draft was issued. Any elements in the old namespace are not XSLT 
instructions.

   - Mike
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