What happened to XSL?
rhanson at blast.net
Thu Dec 30 19:05:37 GMT 1999
When I say "XSL" I don't mean "XSLT" or "XPath", but instead the XSL spec
itself. Looking at an article on XML.com today which was written in May of
this year, Michael Leventhal wrote a rather convincing piece saying that XSL
is not needed, and maybe he is right (at least partially). And looking at
what has happened since he wrote it, it seems that XSLT moved on without
XSL... So what happened? Will there ever be an XSL?
Thanks, and happy new year.
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