MSXML3 (was: XML Editor recommendation?)
We were using the latest release of MSXML, but reverted to an earlier version due to a problem with the output of end of line characters in XSL transformations. I'm not sure of the actual details but can get them. From what I've read MSXML is XSLT standard compliant now, is the DOM implementation in MSXML W3C standard as well? Cheers Lee -----Original Message----- From: Thomas B. Passin [mailto:tpassin@h...] Sent: 26 November 2000 04:22 To: xml-dev@l... Subject: Re: XML Editor recommendation? Dan Vint said - >... but I believe you are tied into MSXML then (urgh). You know, the latest version (MSXML3) is actually quite good. Almost everything is compatible with SAXON and XT (maybe not everything, but no two of those three quite agree on everything anyway). If you install it, you have to be sure to follow the instructions to get the new dll to become the default dll, but it's easy. Cheers, Tom Passin
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