XSL implementation Available

From      owner-xml-dev@ic.ac.uk Tue Aug 18 20:15:34 1998
Date:     Wed, 19 Aug 1998 07:49:12 +0700
From:     James Clark <jjc@jclark.com>
Subject:  XSL implementation available

I've hacked up a little implementation in Java of the tree construction/transformation half of the new XSL draft. An alpha release is now available. See:


for more information. It also incidentally implements the latest namespaces WD.

It is free even for commercial use and includes complete sources.

I would emphasize that this really is an alpha. It has had virtually no testing. I am releasing this at an earlier stage than I usually release software because I want people to have an implementation to play with as they read about the new draft. This release is not intended as a tool for getting real work done.

If you find bugs, please be sure to report them. If you find what seems to be a really blatant, crippling bug don't assume that you must be doing something wrong and don't assume somebody else will have reported it.


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