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Re: My favourite XSLT enhancement requests

From: Alexey Gokhberg <alexei@---------->
Date: 9/15/2000 3:35:00 PM
Sebastian Rahtz wrote:
> Steve Muench writes:
>  > other languages) is being worked on by the XSL Working Group
>  > which includes as members the implementors of all of best
>  > known XSLT engines like (in alphabetical order)
>  > MSXSL3, NovellXSL, OracleXSL, Saxon, Xalan, and xt.
>            ^^^^^^^^^
> Best known? I count myself as fairly knowledgeable about XSLT, but I
> have never heard of it. Google pointed me at a message of yours to
> this list back in April, and thats it. Can you elucidate?
> Sebastian
>  XSL-List info and archive:

Furthermore, let's try to search with "XSLT Processor" at 

Let's try it NOW.

What would appear at the top of the result list (not in alphabetical
order, sure)?


 XSL-List info and archive:


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