RE: XSL history (was RE: XSL Sites)
> As in, toning down the 'big bad Microsoft' stuff? That was > tongue-in-cheek; although I'm no fan of MS, I'm happy to give them > credit for their excellent XML tools. I am also happy to say publicly that Microsoft have some excellent XML tools. Which makes it all the more disappointing that their general release browser and operating system products still contain a far-from-excellent processor for a language that is a distant cousin of XSLT, as a result of which I see a high volume of requests for help from users who have got themselves into a serious and expensive mess as a result. Mike Kay XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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