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Subject: RE: old XSL -> New XSL
From: Jean-Robert Wiame <Jean-Robert.Wiame@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 1 Sep 1999 15:32:22 +0200
xsl new
Thanks for the information

Wiame Jean-Robert
Avenue Georges Lemaître, 21
B-6041 Gosselies

-----Message d'origine-----
De: Pete Johnston [mailto:P.Johnston@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
Date: mercredi 1 septembre 1999 15:36
À: xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Objet: Re: old XSL -> New XSL

[Jean-Robert Wiame]

> Is there a site where it is explain how to convert old XSL that were made
> with previous working draft into new XSL document ( working draft version
> 13/08/99).

I don't know of a single document which lists all this information 
explicitly. However, the XSLT draft itself contains (in Appendix E) a 
list of the changes since the previous draft (i.e. that of 9 July 
1999). I seem to recall that that appendix made it fairly clear what 
modifications were required, or at least where to look in the body of 
the draft to find that information.

It's worth remembering that at the same time there was also a new 
draft of the XPath spec (with changes listed in its Appendix C) and 
some of the information you will require to update stylesheets is 
recorded there.

Pete Johnston
University of Glasgow

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