Re: XSLT Engine for Linux
* John Robert Gardner | | I saw the "customizable using XSL and CSS" and so had asked to learn | the extent--i.e., XSL extent--of the "customizable" -- so this is | not transformative, then? I'm assuming you have used it? I have not, I just read the presentation on the web pages. Well, what I'm saying is that it doesn't seem to be a Linux application or a Java application or anything like that. What I'm trying to say is that it seems to me to be an XML application implemented using XSLT. Ie: XSLies does not seem to be an XSLT _engine_, like SAXON, Sablotron or xt, but an XSLT _application_, something implemented as an XSLT stylesheet and requiring an XSLT engine to be run. | Following the spec., since any XSL processing is a transformation - | in section 1 ". . . when XSLT is trandorming into the XSL formatting | vocabulary, the transformation functions as a stylesheet" -- this is | a part of the spec that left it unclear to me where the actual use | of XSL and the transformation engine would define this Linux tool. I have no idea what you are trying to say here, sorry. --Lars M. XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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