On Tue, 23 Jan 2007, Sebastian Rahtz wrote:
> Gautier Poupeau wrote:
> > For Xquery and Xpath 2, you can see the list of products on W3C XML Query
> > Website : http://www.w3.org/XML/Query/#Products. For XSLT 2, apparently,
> > Altova XML suite supports it : http://www.altova.com/XSLT_XPath_2.html .
> ah, I see. Thats probably what made it pass, then.
> It's a pity there are no open source complete implementations
> (the open source part of Saxon is not quite complete, correct?)
Depends 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).
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