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Re: [xsl] Normalize / Simplify HTML-Tables with row-span / col-span

From: David Carlisle <davidc@--------->
Date: 2/11/2004 12:22:00 AM
> > Ive got a solution here that works first by sorting out the 
   > colspans, 
   > > then by processing the RTF produced from that vertically.
   > On a conformant processor you'll need a node-set() extension 
   > function for that. (Are there some processors that don't flag 
   > this as an error?)

   Saxon 7.8 :)

even if you say version="1.0"? Hmm If that's conforming to xslt 2 spec I
think there should be a change to the draft spec to make it not

Note however that (just to be pedantic, for a change) that isn't working
by first making an RTF, as xslt2 doesn't have result tree fragments
(thank goodness:-)


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