Christian, If you're not tied to libxml, xslt 2 offers regex  
capability and makes grouping much easer, if I've heard right.
I've pretty much given up on libxml support for xslt 2. No idea why  
development has stalled.


On March 19, at 2:13 PM, Christian Dupont wrote:

> I'd be curious to know how many institutions are currently using  
> XSLT 2.0 for writing their EAD transform stylesheets, or are  
> thinking about moving to the 2.0 standard.
> If you have made the move or are contemplating it, what do you see  
> as the chief reasons or benefits for doing so? Are there specific  
> types of transformations that you find easier or previously  
> impossible under the 1.0 standard?
> Thanks,
> Christian
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