RE: second implementation of XSLT 2.0?
At 11/23/2005 07:29 AM, Elliotte Harold wrote: >>The W3C has never been the best organization for test suites and >>interoperability. For instance they do not require even one complete >>implementation before advancing to REC, only that each feature be >>independently implemented. It is possible for a W3C spec to be >>actively self-contradictory as long as different implementations >>implement different internally consistent subsets. Wednesday, November 23, 2005 12:16 PM, Jim Melton wrote: >So, your assertion has been disproven by providing a single contrary >example. Gratuitous criticisms are unwarranted, especially when >untrue. You might want to read the second paragraph of Elliotte's two-paragraph posting before quoting his first paragraph out of context and accusing him of making untrue, gratuitous criticism. Bob DuCharme
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