Subject: RE: [xsl] [Ann] jd.xslt - a XSLT 1.1 processor|
From: Johannes Döbler <jd@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 09 Mar 2001 12:22:30 +0100
I must admit: The number of stylesheets I have written myself is very limited so I just can express my admiration for all the xsl wizards on the list which leave no question without an answer. But I will do my best to contribute to the list.
Date: Thu, 8 Mar 2001 17:11:44 -0000 From: "Michael Kay" <mhkay@xxxxxxxxxxxx> Subject: RE: [xsl] [Ann] jd.xslt - a XSLT 1.1 processor
> Announcing the stylesheet processor jd.xslt, version 1.0:
Welcome to the XSLT implementor's club: it's growing fast. (Can I retire soon?)
I hope you will also join the society of answerers of frequently asked questions about namespaces, ampersands, and incorrect context nodes. We could do with some fresh blood, as you can tell from the ever-decreasing length of my replies.
I had a few problems getting relative URIs to resolve with your software but I guess that's just configuration trouble. It looks an impressively complete implementation for a first announcement, and I don't feel so lonely now treading into XSLT 1.1 territory.
(It would be nice to have a TrAX interface to make comparisons between Saxon, Xalan, and jd.xslt even easier).
Mike Kay Software AG