Victor, thanks for digging this up. It actually surprises me and on the other side still leaves me wondering what to choose. You could say the wrong interpretation is more what a user would expect, and the right interpretation is more right. :-) Interesting to note is that a XEP trial does it "wrong" and an AltSoft trial does it "right".
I'll have a look if I can change the bahaviour. On 27.05.2005 17:17:54 Victor Mote wrote: > Jeremias Maerki wrote: > > > I see. Thanks for answering! Just to see what the current > > code does, I've written two testcases. It turns out that the > > issue you were working on has already been fixed in the > > meantime, provided I'm testing correctly. So I guess I'll > > remove these methods. > > WRT text-transform2.xml, you might want to look at this comment from Paul > Grosso: > http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/xsl-editors/2005AprJun/0006.html > > It looks like your test case for text-transform="capitalize" assumes exactly > as he has documented there, i.e. that non-initial characters should be > converted to lowercase. That appears now to be incorrect, but it should be > any easy thing to fix. I was probably the one that implemented it that way > in the first place. I thought it might be easier for you to fix now, while > fresh in memory, than later. > > Victor Mote Jeremias Maerki