Implement XSLT 3.0 for .Net
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Fully support XSLT 3.0 in .Net (Including XQuery 3.0 and XPath 3.0)
Miguel Cudaihl commented
Hear! Hear! The new Microsoft listens, doens't it?
YES PLEASE ;)
XSL Transformations (XSLT) Version 3.0
W3C Recommendation 8 June 2017
Michael Kay, Saxonica <http://www.saxonica.com/>
source = https://www.w3.org/TR/xslt-30/
Saxonica have a commercial product. Perhaps this should be the main obstacle?!
Kindly add XSLT 3 to be available on next updates
Steel Stone commented
Please add it to COM/DCOM MSXML too for C/C++ developpers !
10 years, maybe 15, waiting for it...
XSLT 1.0 is only usable when using extensions like EXSLT so that it behaves almost like XSLT 2.0. EXSLT is not available for .NET. XSLT processor.
Please implement at least XSLT and XPATH 2.0.
Can someone confirm if this is going to be available in coming update.
Harald Wojtkowiak commented
Lack of support for XSLT and XPath beyond version 1.0 is KILLING us. We have invested a great deal of time developing ugly, awkward, brittle work-arounds in XSLT 1.0, to approximate features of XSLT 2.0 that do precisely what we need.
PLEASE get with the times instead of trying to drive the environment in a direction convenient to you.
This is what we needed.
of course, please...
Dennis Brauning commented
Yes!!! Not having xslt 2.0 support is making my life difficult.
Ali Robertson commented
Just a reminder to people to please 'thumbs up' this Github issue, where MS developers are currently gauging whether to do this or not:
Patrick Ulrich commented
Please implement the latest standards.
No. Opensource the xslt processing library in .net and let the community take it forward. The hundreds of standards / libraries like this used by a small subset of the development tools community detract from fixing and improving core tools and languates
It will also help to write clean and short maps in BizTalk using external XSLT and BizTalk team can help the customer by delivering this feature in BizTalk as well. Long way to go. :(
Fred Ekstrand commented
The new features in XSLT 3.0 I can see it being helpful with flat files and html/asp file generation.