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Re: use cases for d-o-e

Subject: Re: use cases for d-o-e
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 10 Jan 2002 09:36:22 GMT
Re:  use cases for d-o-e

> I'd rather write "... where d-o-e can't work".
> Your formulation somehow suggests that the processor in Mozilla is
> incomplete or defective,

Sorry I didn't mean that. It's slightly bizare that d-o-e works in IE
(which means that the transform is linearised and re-parsed which isn't
the way clientside XSLT was supposed to work).

Mind you it's hard to criticise IE too much for this at present since
transforming linearising and re-parsing in IE is usually orders of
magnitute faster than just transforming in mozilla, but hopefully
that'll change, the mozilla/transformiix xslt implementation seems to be
rapidly getting better at the moment.


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