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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Hmm, it seems entirely possible to express all of CSS 3 in terms XPath 1.0; no XPath 2.0 required.

    I just haven’t gotten to it – honestly, because I was too lazy. CSS 3 has many more syntax elements than the CSS 2 and the new ones are much more complex, so it’s not quite the same kind of 5-minute job.

    • Really? That sounds great. I was translating :not() CSS 3 selector but couldn't find how to map to XPath 1.0 without using :not(). Maybe I'm missing something obvious?
      • Seems to me that a [not(subexpr)] predicate should work. The only trick is to get any references to the context node right in subexpr , I suppose by using self::* or something.

        Actually, now that you have written the module I may get around to it sooner, since there are working unit tests in there…