Thank-You John for your wise advise and help. I've found an nice XTree
parser at http://manudea.duemetri.net/xtree/default.asp. It use some few
>From: "John E. Simpson" <[log in to unmask]>
>Reply-To: General discussion of Extensible Markup Language
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>Date: Tue, 23 Jan 2001 12:16:16 -0500
>frank Stein wrote:
> > We are attempting to create an Explorer-like view (expanding/contracting
> > folders) with XML and XSL. Is there any way to do it without using any
> > implementation to work with the XML ?
> > Has anyone else tried anything like this? Successful? If not, did you
> > learn anything new from it that you could share?
>You probably know this already, but in case not... you can see the
>stylesheet which IE5 uses by entering the following in its "Address"
>Examining that is an interesting exercise. Among other things, you'll
>find some non-conformant cruft in there (it was or may have been
>conformant with earlier WDs of the XSL(T) standard). For instance, it
>accesses the XML and document-type declarations even though thet're not
>accessible to XSLT.
>Nonetheless, it may give you some ideas of what you'd need to do.
>I've often thought there should be a cross-platform client-side
>it. Sounds like a fun/interesting project!
>John E. Simpson | "For a while I didn't have a car... I
>http://www.flixml.org | had a helicopter... no place to park it,
>XML Q&A: www.xml.com | so I just tied it to a lamp post and
> | left it running. <slow glance upward>"
> | (Steven Wright)
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