Re: XSL in IE5
> Be fair, David: it is a pre-release. Wasn't it fair? People have been asking Microsoft to put clearer notices on their XSL web pages pointing out that the XSL recommendation came out after IE5 shipped and ended up being different to the XSL in IE5 since before MSXML3 was even announced. They could now additionally point to the pre-release but that is a separate issue, the main issue is to avoid user confusion over the default IE5 installation. It is not Microsofts fault that the specification changed, and its not really their fault that they have distributed a few orders of magnitude more copies of their xsl system than anyone else. But it is their fault that they haven't highlighted the differences on their standard pages. The webrelease pages are clear. But if you know enough to look there, you are not confused. David XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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