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Subject: Re: HTML is a formatting/UI language was: RE: Formatting Objects considered harmful
From: Chris Lilley <chris@xxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 01 May 1999 20:43:18 +0200
render sgml

Håkon Wium Lie wrote:
> Jonathan Borden wrote:

> > To answer your question: One way to retrofit existing browsers 
> > is via MIME filters. Didier Martin, for example, has discussed 
> > the use of a MIME filter in IE and Mozilla to render SGML 
> > and XML via DSSSL. 

Those interested in serving SGML could take a look at the DocZilla
browser from Citec, www.doczilla.org, which uses the company's own SGML
and XML DOM-compliant parser, plus NGLayout to do client-side CSS
styling. Interaction is handled by Javascript and the DOM. Its pretty

>  > What facilities does Opera have to allow client side XSL
>  > transformations, and what facilities are planned?

Well to do client side XSL, it first has to support XML - first steps
first ...

> We have XML&CSS running internally. 

Yay! Cool. Look forward to seeing that.

> That was easy due to availability
> of XML parsers, 

Is it a SAX or a DOM parser (or something else)?


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