Yes, thank you for the clarification!
IE5 with MSXML3 is getting better every day. It's very handy for
development, and for web applications where you have control over your
What's unfortunate is that they released IE5.5 without the XSLT support. I
wish they had waited a teeny bit longer, oh well.
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From: General discussion of Extensible Markup Language
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Sent: Friday, September 22, 2000 10:46 AM
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Subject: Re: Showing Images via XSL HELP!!!
At 10:31 AM 09/22/2000 -0700, Evan Lenz wrote:
>The XSL that comes with IE5 is *not* XSLT.
True enough as phrased, with the wording "that comes with IE5"... however,
it's also subject to misinterpretation; wouldn't want casual readers of the
message to be scared of using IE5 for their XSLT work, though, *as long as*
they've downloaded the current msxml.dll and installed it in "replace"
mode. That "preview release" .dll comes reeeeal close to full support for
XSLT, and I suspect the next release will close the remaining gaps.
The link you provided (http://www.netcrucible.com/xslt/msxml-faq.htm) does
an excellent job of answering potential questions.
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