"Michael Kay" <mike@...> writes:
> I've just been enjoying a few jugs of excellent Czech Pivo as relaxation
> from an XSL WG meeting, so if I'm confused by your message then it's almost
> certainly entirely my fault.
Willingness to read, let alone answer, support questions after a few
jugs of Czech Pivo demonstrates a stronger constitution than my own.
I'm sorry I couldn't be there. I miss you guys :-)
> But confused I am. Either a node has a namespace in scope or it doesn't. You
> can pretend it doesn't even if it does, but you can't tell Saxon to pretend,
> it has a nasty habit of telling you the truth...
I'm sure I'm responsible for the confusion.
Let's try a different way. Consider this document.
Imagine that I have the "doc" node in my left hand. I want to make a
copy of it, but I want that copy to be made as if I'd serialized it
with exclude-prefixes="p" and then reparsed. Only without serializing
and reparsing it, if that can be avoided.
Does that make any sense?
Be seeing you,
Norman Walsh <ndw@...> | Much of the social history of the
http://nwalsh.com/ | Western world over the past three
| decades has involved replacing what
| worked with what sounded good.--Thomas