Defines a set of built-in template rules (rules for use when no user-defined template rules match a given node)
Definition of the class that manages accumulator functions.
This is a marker interface: if a URIResolver implements this interface and returns null from its resolve() method, then the standard URI resolver will not be invoked.
The target of a rule, typically a Template.
This is a helper class for classes such as net.sf.saxon.Transform and net.sf.saxon.Query that process command line options
This class exists to hold information associated with a specific XSLT compilation episode.
Class used to read a config.xml file and transfer all settings from the file to the Configuration
DecimalFormatManager manages the collection of named and unnamed decimal formats, for use by the format-number() function.
This class is modelled on Java's DecimalFormatSymbols, but it allows the use of any Unicode character to represent symbols such as the decimal point and the grouping separator, whereas DecimalFormatSymbols restricts these to a char (1-65535).
Utility class used to perform dynamic loading of user-hook implementations
Class containing utility methods for handling error messages
Corresponds to a single xsl:key declaration.
A set of xsl:key definitions in a stylesheet that share the same name
KeyManager manages the set of key definitions in a stylesheet, and the indexes associated with these key definitions.
A Mode is a collection of rules; the selection of a rule to apply to a given element is determined by a Pattern.
Rule: a template rule, or a strip-space rule used to support the implementation
RuleManager maintains a set of template rules, one set for each mode
The class acts as a register of Saxon-specific error codes.
A built-in set of template rules that ignores the current node and does an apply-templates to its children.
The built-in rule set used for 1.0 and 2.0, which for document and element nodes does an apply-templates to children, and for text nodes and attribute nodes copies the node.
Utility class for collecting and reporting timing information, used only under diagnostic control
Provides the interface to the Apache catalog resolver.
Exception thrown when there are problems with the license file
This exception class is used when early (compile-time) evaluation of an expression is attempted, and the expression requires knowledge of the current dateTime or implicit timezone.
When tree construction is deferred, innocuous methods such as NodeInfo#getLocalName() may trigger a dynamic error.
XPathException is used to indicate an error in an XPath expression.
Subclass of XPathException used to report circularities
This package provides a miscellaneous collection of
helper classes for XSLT transformation. They are of no direct interest to user applications,
except for the
XPathException class, which is used to represent many
errors in public methods.
Michael H. Kay
9 February 2005
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