[ANN] Kludgey workarounds for IE and Netscape
dent at highway1.com.au
Fri Sep 11 20:44:44 BST 1998
At 6:40 PM +0800 11/9/98, James Clark wrote:
>How are we disagreeing? I said "specifies its result as XML" not
>"specifies that its result is XML". In other words it describes its
>result in terms of an XML document. That XML document doesn't have to
In that case you are making more precise use of English than I'm used to
parsing (too much dealing with Americans :-) and we are not disagreeing.
I'm also relieved to see that my understanding and intentions are not as
far off the mainstream as I thought.
This has been an interesting discussion. It seems to me that there are 2,
possiby 3 variations on the processing models, as perceived by different
people on this list.
content-only XML + XSL =
1) XML structure as internal representation (eg: c++ objects)
2) XML output formatted for markup, like non-styled HTML
3) structurally transformed XML plus a stylesheet (which may be CSS)
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