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Re: Using XQuery

From: Pavel Lepin <p.lepin@-------.--->
Date: 12/13/2007 10:49:00 AM

Lynn <ll@s...> wrote in
> "Joseph Kesselman" <keshlam-nospam@c...> wrote in
> message news:476070cf$1@kcnews01...
>> It ISN'T an HTML file. It's an XQuery which produces an
>> HTML file. You need to run it, and the input XML
>> document, through an XQuery processor; that will generate
>> an HTML file which can then be viewed with a browser.
> ok ... an XQuery processor like what?  are you talking
> about a client-side GUI app, a command line tool, a
> server-side component I need to code against
> ?  something else?

STFW, will you?

...also, I submit that we all must honourably commit seppuku
right now rather than serve the Dark Side by producing the
HTML 5 spec.


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