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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 12235] - XPathTransformer
Date Thu, 22 May 2003 01:33:25 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From conal.tuohy@vuw.ac.nz  2003-05-22 01:33 -------
I think it really does belong in Cocoon. And I also think it should be a "core" 
transformer. Processing XML Path expressions has to be a basic operation for 
Cocoon, surely?! It certainly has a very wide scope of application.

Previously I've been doing XML inclusions using the XIncludeTransformer, which 
supports xpointer to include the parts of a document which match an XPath 
expression, so I haven't need a separate XPathTransformer. But 
XIncludeTransformer isn't cacheable, so I am migrating to CIncludeTransformer. 
However, CIncludeTransformer doesn't support XPath, so a separate 
XPathTransformer would now be very handy. I'm going to get add it to my Cocoon 
build manually in the meantime.

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