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RE: [xsl] XSLT 1.1 comments

From: DPawson@-----------
Date: 2/15/2001 10:50:00 PM
Joshua Allen 
> As someone who's invested quite a bit of energy running around giving
> developers talks on "writing portable XSLT", I will agree that even
> XSLT 1.0 is not guaranteed to be portable.  But most developers who
> I've talked to are surprised that "portable XSLT" is actually
> different from "XSLT 1.0".  So I hope we haven't given up on portable
> XSLT - sure there are warts, but this is version 1.0 right?  Surely
> nobody is suggesting that, since portability is not guaranteed
> in 1.0, we should just forget about it altogether?  Users really
> do care about portability, and I hope I haven't been wasting my time
> encouraging them..

I'd hope not too Joshua.

If your papers are not copyright, I'd love to see them on the web?

Regards DaveP

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