David Megginson ak117 at freenet.carleton.ca
Thu Jan 15 11:50:58 GMT 1998

len bullard writes:
 > W. Eliot Kimber wrote:
 > > I think that could be pretty useful, especially once VRML browsers let
 > > you associate presentation styles with element types. After all,
 > > rendering 3-D objects is not fundamentally different in the abstract
 > > from rendering 2-D objects, it's still a matter of apply presentation
 > > style.  So why shouldn't XSL be just as useful for VRML worlds as for
 > > 2-D documents?
 > While it is possible to write a declarative architecture 
 > for the static nodes (eg VRML 1.0), it is a very 
 > different beast from a real time simulation 
 > language.    As to associating XSL, how useful is 
 > it to associate a style language with a presentation 
 > language that already includes all of the presentation 
 > information required.

On a different note, you could use XSL to auto-generate documentation
for a VRML world marked up in XML.

All the best,


David Megginson                 ak117 at freenet.carleton.ca
Microstar Software Ltd.         dmeggins at microstar.com

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