Nesting XML based languages and scripting languages

Eve L. Maler elm at
Fri Apr 24 05:24:16 BST 1998

At 09:34 PM 4/23/98 -0400, Tim Bray wrote:
>At 05:50 PM 4/23/98 -0700, Don Park wrote:
>>However, I have heard through the grapevine that there is a lot of XSL
>>development activities at Microsoft with at least one project close to
>Hmm; bear in mind that XSL is a year away, probably, from being a W3C
>Recommendation.  Thus anybody who charges into implementation of a moving
>target is incurring some risk as well as potential benefit; at least one
>early-XML-adopter is right now feeling the pain of retrofitting case-
>sensitivity into running code with an installed base.

And by the way, even though the XSL proposal was out there for a long
while, the XSL W3C activity was chartered not too long ago, and they've
only had a couple of meetings so far.  I was pleased to see at WWW7 that
they're actually working on a requirements document before doing things to
the design -- this is a wonderful thing!


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