XSLT and XPath questions would be better posted to the following list:
There are a number of subscribers who would enthusiastically respond to
There is also an *excellent* FAQ at:
At 2005-02-25 05:40 -0800, Martin Holmes wrote:
>For various (complicated) reasons, I wanted to use <xsl:sort> within
><xsl:apply-templates>, rather than inside an <xsl:for-each>
It worries me that the reasons are complicated since there are simple bases
upon which one makes the choice, but that isn't the nature of the question.
>But my main problem is that it seems to be sorting all the authors first,
>then all the editors; is there a way to have it combine the two keys (so
>that if there's an editor, it'll use that; otherwise, it'll use the first
The following will sort first by editor child of bibleStruct, and then
where equal (including where absent), sort those of equal editor values by
author child of biblStruct.
One can specify any number of sort keys in the above fashion ... there is
I hope this helps.
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