>This seems to be rather overstating things to me. The fact that the two >languages are defined in one spec doesn't affect the languages >themselves one iota. The specifications of the two languages are >cleanly separated: the transformation language is in section 2 and the >formatting DTD is in section 3. Whether or not you make separate >physical documents out of the two sections doesn't seem a big deal to >me. James, I have had the misfortune of being an entrepreneur as well as a developer for the past 18 years which means I had to worry about the color of the box as much as what goes into it. Based on my experience, it matters a great deal whether one say "our product supports XSL fully" or "our product supports half of XSL". I will bet you my wallet that it does [note that I did not bet the content <g>]. Best, Don Park Docuverse XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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