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Re: XSLT vs. CSS (Re: Indexing)

Re:  XSLT vs. CSS (Re: Indexing)
At 11:06 AM 7/9/2003 -0400, you wrote:
 >[irrelevant technical discussion deleted]
>If you want to convince me that XSLT and CSS compete directly, you need to
>show me how CSS could do what XSLT is doing, and vice versa.

As I've said repeatedly, this is a political, not a technical issue.  Look 
past the specs and you'll find a set of real problems - and competition - 
that humans encounter which go beyond your analysis of the specs.

I don't accept your arguments as valid, nor do I expect you to recognize 
issues which are clearly beyond the scope about which you care.


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