Thanks for answering. Do you have a pointer to some documentation
describing that side-effect free policy?

So, do I get you right that the close() calls can safely be removed
because the semantic change I described is irrelevant? That would be
nice because it's easy to fix.

On Wed, 06 Nov 2002 12:33:11 +0200 Oleg Tkachenko wrote:
> If we are talking about one particular formatting invokation scope, I don't 
> think anybody would rely on dynamic image generation trying to place different 
> images (while with the same URI) on a different pages. Acually the spec says 
> nothing about it, but I believe it's up to formatter when/in which order/how 
> much times to load images as it follows general xsl "side-effect free" policy.
> It's probably worth to check how other formatters cache images though.

Jeremias Maerki

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