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Date: 11/22/2005 10:34:00 PM
http://sourceforge.net/projects/gestalt/ I need to verify with Colin, but as of a few months ago the only parts missing had to do with Date processing and -- shoot, can't think of the other piece. Colin? http://sourceforge.net/projects/saxondotnet/ Saxon 8.5.1-based bits can be found at the following two links -- I've updated the source to Saxon 8.6 and am working through a list of bugs at the moment -- will post the updated bits once I have these squashed): http://www.x2x2x.org/downloads/saxon.net/Saxon.NET.0.1.8.51.bin.debug.zip http://www.x2x2x.org/downloads/saxon.net/Saxon.NET.0.1.8.51.bin.release.zip Oracle > http://www.oracle.com/technology/tech/xml/xdk/xdkbeta.html (working draft dated 11th November 2002) You already have Altova(support is there, although the .NET capabilities from what I understand are but a .NET COM wrapper -- still that has nothing to do with whether or not the support exists, and from what I understand it does.) and according to Dr. Kay's 2.0 title (page 9) Apache has said they are developing an XSLT 2.0 version of Xalan. Last October(a year+ ago) I asked Sam Ruby about this and he acknowledge there was new activity in the Xalan space, but didn't go into any specific's. On 11/22/05, DuCharme, Bob (LNG-CHO) <bob.ducharme@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > Before a W3C Candidate Recommendation advances to Proposed > Recommendation status, "the Working Group should be able to demonstrate > two interoperable implementations of each feature." So far, we've got > Saxon for 2.0, but what else? A week ago I posted a message on the > Xalan-J user list to see if anyone knew anything about schedules or > stages of XSLT 2.0 support in Xalan, and I got no reply. I've recently > learned that XMLSpy">XMLSpy is advertising XSLT 2.0 support; does anyone > know if they wrote their own engine and how good it is? > > thanks, > > Bob DuCharme > >  http://www.w3.org/Consortium/Process-20010719/tr.html#RecsCR >  http://www.altova.com/features_xsl.html > > -- <M:D/> M. David Peterson http://www.xsltblog.com