At 16:54 11-05-2001, Heikki Toivonen wrote:
>Uh, are there any browsers that render with XSL (notice no 'T')? All the
>XSL(T) implementations I have tried only transform the original document
As far back as '98, there was something called "InDelv"; I haven't heard
from them recently. Lately, X-Smiles was announced, which is a UI wrap-up
of FOP; there's also a product from Antenna House in Japan.
>Anyway, Mozilla got XSLT support this week
Great news! I look forward to seeing that rolled out in a Netscape release.
>Also, if you do not need to do transformations before displaying your
>data, you could simply format your XML with CSS.
Unfortunately, for most real-world data, that's not sufficient; consider
the simple case of <xref target="foo"/>.
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