Masatake YAMATO <email@example.com>
This parser only supports XSLT 1.0.
If a newer version (2.0 and 3.0) is specified in an input file, ctags
just skips the input. With
--verbose, ctags prints the detected
version of the input file.
Scope information generated by the XSLT parser is a bit broken. Currently a period (.) is used as the separator in nested scopes. This is the default separator value in ctags.
When the XSLT parser captures a node <xsl:template match=”…”> the value of the match attribute is tagged with kind matchedTemplate. When a matchedTemplate name is stored as part of the scope information, client tools may be confused because . is used both as the scope separator and in the XPath match expression.