XSL Processors?

Rick Jelliffe ricko at allette.com.au
Mon Jun 8 18:50:01 BST 1998

> [Scott Vanderbilt]
> > Also, if anyone is aware of what progress is being made by the W3C
> > towards adoption of XSL as a recommendation, that information would
> > be appreciated as well.

I think Chris Maden's own article "Problems with Dynamically Assembled
Document Portions, and Some Solutions" at
might give some indication of where XSL might be headed. I am not an XSL
insider, but I would guess that the article raises issues that the XSL & the
XPtr WGs find important.

Rick Jelliffe

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