XSL Processors?

Chris Maden crism at oreilly.com
Mon Jun 8 19:07:31 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.

[Rick Jelliffe]
> I think Chris Maden's own article "Problems with Dynamically
> Assembled Document Portions, and Some Solutions" at
> 	http://www.oreilly.com/people/staff/crism/transclu.html
> 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.

The article was co-written by Steve DeRose, so the XLink/XPointer
group is well aware of the issues raised.  I've also taken the paper
as a starting point for hypertext requirements for XSL, along with
some excellent work by Boris Moore and other members of the WG, but
the issues are fairly complex, and you shouldn't expect to see them
solved in the July '98 draft.

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