SaxonJS 2.5 is released for both Node.js and the browser.
Saxonica is pleased to announce the release of SaxonJS 2.5 for both Node.js and the browser.
The SaxonJS 2.5 release is a maintenance release containing about a twenty bug fixes.
Notable bug fixes in this SaxonJS release:
- Fixed #5695 where sorting produced different results on Firefox and Chromium-based browsers
- Fixed #5677 where the XX compiler didn’t handle literal sequences of some atomic types
- Fixed #5667 where a newline at the beginning of a string sent to ixsl:eval caused an error
- Fixed #5653 where an empty array was not deemed empty in xsl:where-populated
- Fixed #5597 where a ixsl:schedule-action without a child xsl:call-template failed at runtime
- Fixed #5563 where element content in was allowed xsl:copy-of when a select attribute was also provided
- Fixed #5560 where “intersect” didn’t work correctly on attributes, and some related issues
- Fixed #5554 where some initialization errors were not handled correctly on asynchronous transforms
- Fixed #5544 where setting logLevel on SaxonJS.transform had a global effect
- Fixed #5494 where the ‘parent’ property wasn’t being correctly exposed in the API
- Fixed #5493 where some forms of secondary result documents weren’t supported correctly
- Fixed #5490 where chained transformations raised an runtime type error
- Fixed #4704 where parse-xml failed on the browser if a CDATA section included an XML declaration
- Fixed #5673 where ixsl:set-property couldn’t access properties with names that contained a “.”
- Fixed #5662 where a spurious runtime error could be generated by an invalid axis step
- Fixed #5389 where in-scope namespaces could be constructed incorrectly
- Fixed #5083 where we added support for data: and blob: URIs in the browser
Note: if you’re using Saxon-EE 11 to produce SEFs for use with SaxonJS 2, please use version 11.3 or later, as a number of bugs in compiling to SEF were fixed in the 11.3 maintenance release.
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