XSL Processors?

Lars Marius Garshol larsga at ifi.uio.no
Mon Jun 8 18:15:05 BST 1998

* Scott Vanderbilt
| I am familiar with Microsoft's, as well as Henry James' xslj (not so
| much an XSL processor as an XSL -> DSSSL style sheet translator
| which can be used with Jade to output documents).

There are two more XSL processors, although you're probably only
interested in one of them (docproc). See


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