> Hi, > > Matthew, don't be afraid, It don't bite :-) No seriously, don't think that Uggh..maybe it doesn't bite....but it requires running NT [which kinda does. */me ducking from Win* evangelists present on list ;)*] > we are solely restricted to IIS. In fact, this question brought me a lot of > interest for other platform too where things like ASP are not present. An > expanded XSL processor could be very useful for Apache too. And PerlScript > can be made to run with Apache. If you where thinking of a XSL > implementation in Perl. ??? I don't know. Better ask the Perl-Xml guys. Yes, there appears to be quite a bit of momentum in the perl community to get X*L modules out there, but more promising for widespread use is Cocoon. I can't wait to play with it, I just have to recompile Apache for mod_jserv ! I more or less wanted to know what others are doing, their aproaches, etc. Matthew. XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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