Re: Rant : "Microsoft is compliant with the XSL spec"
So far this list has been a great help to me, mainly thanks to the patience of usual repliers. If it is going to degenerate into another Microsoft bashing zone then I'm out. Frankly, the amount of time and energy spent by developers in this organisation, and I am sure many others, exchanging petty digs @ Microsoft is scandalous. Look it's easy ... if you don't like Microsoft's products don't use them. You know their parser isn't fully compliant with the spec right now, so you don't need to go to a conference to find that out and then whinge about it. Otherwise, you can hardly blame a commercial organisation for writing software that allows users to tightly couple it with their existing products. My own feeling is that although Microsoft were a little late into XML, the speed at which they are pushing things is scary and the implementation of the spec issue, which appears to effect pretty much all major software vendors to some extent or another, will soon be behind us. XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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