Re: XSL Suggestion

Subject: Re: XSL Suggestion
From: Dave Raggett <dsr@xxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 22 Sep 1997 07:06:10 -0400 ()
On Sat, 20 Sep 1997, Paul Prescod wrote:

> I would like to suggest that one of the development goals of XSL be that
> its declarative portion be as powerful as widely deployed declarative
> stylesheet technologies like those in Panorama, the SGML editors and so
> forth.
> I expect that there will be many environments where only the baseline
> declarative features of XSL will be implemented and users of those
> products should not be deprived of well-understood, easy to implement
> stylesheet features. I expect that the declarative portions will also be
> the only parts that are amenable to GUI modification and other forms of
> easily automated processing.

Is anyone else interested in using downloadable Java classes
to add new flow objects and characteristics to XSL?


-- Dave Raggett <dsr@xxxxxx>
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