We just released Opera 9.0 Final on opera.com!
Thanks to all for helping us test the product.
Hey cool! A little “out from nowhere comes the final release”, but still cool.
With this in mind, and the fact that they announced they would include support for XSLT 1.0 and XPath 1.0, and given Opera is a standards-focused company,
XSLT processing failed!
Huh? Why would it fail? I’m using fully compliant XML and XSLT/XPath 1.0.
Lets see what the error console says,
XSLT - http://browserbasedxml.com/SessionConfig.xsl
attribute at line 13, column 40
Error: invalid expression: document(my:UserAgentInvalidDoc)
Call to undefined function: document
> Call to undefined function: document < ?
We will not stop work now that 9.0 is out and we do continue to fix issues. Stay tuned, the show goes on
Okay… well, I guess a few commercials to pay the bills is understandable.
For now, I guess we stay-tuned, and use XMLHttpRequest scripted transformations to gain access to the data we want to transform.
But Opera, no document function?
Ouch! That one hurts!