SAX2: summary of Namespace-support arguments
davidc at nag.co.uk
Tue Dec 21 10:56:33 GMT 1999
Perhaps I missed something but I fail to see why your xslt example
shows that prefixes are required.
> In this document, the axsl: element will not be interpreted
> as an XSLT function by an XSL processor: it will be output
> unchanged as
> <axsl:value-of select="xxx"/>
That is true, but not because it is a different prefix, but because it
is a different namespace.
The expanded form is not
that you suggest but rather
which is (to the namespace processor parsing the stylesheet) just some
unknown namespace unrelated to XSLT which is why it is a literal result
element not an xsl instruction.
The `magic' aliasing comes later, as result elements in that namespace
are switched to the XSLT namespace as the result tree is written out.
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