XSL implementation available

James Clark jjc at jclark.com
Wed Aug 19 03:04:41 BST 1998

I've hacked up a little implementation in Java of the tree
construction/transformation half of the new XSL draft. An alpha release
is now available.  See


for more information.  It also incidentally implements the latest
namespaces WD.

It is free even for commercial use and includes complete sources.

I would emphasize that this really is an alpha.  It has had virtually no
testing.  I am releasing this at an earlier stage than I usually release
software because I want people to have an implementation to play with as
they read about the new draft.   This release is not intended as a tool
for getting real work done.

If you find bugs, please be sure to report them.  If you find what seems
to be a really blatant, crippling bug don't assume that you must be
doing something wrong and don't assume somebody else will have reported


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