Qt validating user input
The changes have been designed to meet the requirements for XSLT 2.0 described in [XSLT 2.0 Requirements].
The way in which each requirement has been addressed is outlined in I Checklist of Requirements.
XSLT 2.0 depends on a number of other specifications that have progressed to Recommendation status at the same time: see [XPath 2.0], [Data Model], [Functions and Operators], and [XSLT and XQuery Serialization].
These subsidiary documents are also referenced in the specification of XQuery 1.0.
These links are indicated visually by a superscript identifying the target specification: for example XP for XPath, DM for the XDM data model, FO for Functions and Operators.
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XSLT 2.0 is designed to be used in conjunction with XPath 2.0, which is defined in [XPath 2.0].
XSLT 2.0 is a revised version of the XSLT 1.0 Recommendation [XSLT 1.0] published on 16 November 1999.Each Bugzilla entry and email message should contain only one comment.Archives of the comments and responses are available at This Recommendation builds on the success of [XSLT 1.0], which was published on 16 November 1999.Many new features have been added to the language (see J.2 New Functionality) while retaining a high level of backwards compatibility (see J.1 Incompatible Changes).