Saxon-JS 2.3

Saxon-JS 2.3 is released for both Node.js and the browser
Added by Norm Tovey-Walsh almost 3 years ago

Saxonica is pleased to announce the release of Saxon-JS 2.3 for both Node.js and the browser.

The Saxon-JS 2.3 release is a maintenance release containing bug fixes. Notable bug fixes in this release:

  • 4748, support additional headers with SaxonJS.getResource()
  • 5008, resolved XX compiler bug that caused spurious errors
  • 5010, make sure base URI has a trailing “/” when used with -xp command line option
  • 5017, prefer XML in content negotiation with the document() function
  • 5019, fix bug where xml: attributes caused errors in HTML
  • 5021, a number of issues involving options to SaxonJS.getResource() and SaxonJS.transform were resolved
  • 5024, resolved XX compiler bug that allowed expand-text to slip into imported modules
  • 5031, clarify how dots in names are interpreted in ixsl:get and ixsl:set-property
  • 5037, resolved XX compiler bug with respect to AVTs
  • 5038, resolved XX compiler bug where the base URI could incorrectly be null
  • 5046, throw errors if ixsl: functions try to navigate “through” dotted names where the key is absent
  • 5058, update the Closure compiler to include DOM 2 functions “createElementNS” and similar as externs so that they don’t get renamed.

For a more detailed summary of bug fixes, see the release notes:


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