David Sewell wrote:
> ends on the definition of "complete". Saxon-B, the open-source
> version, claims to implement completely all the features required by W3C
> for conformance as a "basic XSLT processor":
> where "basic" is a lot more comprehensive than the adjective might
> suggest. The commercial version (Saxon-SA) is a schema-aware processor,
> plus it has various optimizations and extensions that are not in the
> open-source version (notably indexing features and some XQuery versions
> of XSLT functions).
Yes, of course Saxon is great, and I am just being picky.
I don't suppose I want a schema-aware processor
anyway, but I feel a bit saddened not to be able to
even find out.
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