Borden, Jonathan jborden at mediaone.net
Sun Jan 31 17:51:11 GMT 1999

My apologies, but I'm totally lost here... what are the implications of
XML-RPC on XSL and ECMAScript? Aren't these totally different issues?

Jonathan Borden

> Simon, I've been trying to follow those XSL debates and my eyes
> glaze over.
> I come from such a different world! To me that's the charm of XML, the
> people it brings together. I can get a passionate appraisal from Tim Bray
> that opens my eyes only to the fact that we don't speak the same language,
> but his words are so intriguing.
> You say this is a wide-ranging thread, you ain't seen nothin yet!
> Here goes..
> One more thing to point you all to. We've been promoting XML-RPC as a way
> of building distributed Internet applications. This has been
> going on since
> April last year. After Allaire joined the fray, we got a lot of
> new support
> and the system has been growing. A sub-item to the XSL processor site, but
> a much more earthshaping trend is the support we're getting in the Java
> world for XML-RPC.
> Some of the most intersting stuff has come from people who are lurking on
> this list. I would be remiss if I didn't point you all to the
> XML-RPC site.
> This is growing right now, and I think it's very significant, esp in the
> areas we've been touching on.

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