Re: Why transformation?
Daniel Glazman wrote: > > Paul Prescod wrote: > > > Presumably people who have > > looked at the issue more closely than I have decided that CSS's formatting > > model was not sufficient. > > Strange assumption, indeed. The CSS and XSL formatting models are currently under > harmonization and it seems quite impossible to harmonize two things if > there is a too big difference between them. I don't know how I could have stated this any more clearly, but: if CSS's model was sufficient, they would have just used CSS's model and there would have been no two things to harmonize, right? I didn't claim that CSS's formatting model was miles away from XSL's. I merely said that it *was not sufficient* (in the eyes of the people who decided not to use it). Paul Prescod - http://itrc.uwaterloo.ca/~papresco Bart: Dad, do I really have to brush my teeth? Homer: No, but at least wash your mouth out with soda. XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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