RE: inconsistencies between XSL and XLL

Subject: RE: inconsistencies between XSL and XLL
From: Paul Grosso <pgrosso@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 01 Feb 1999 12:11:22 -0600
It still sounds to me like you are making a proposal about
the Associating stylesheets with XML documents PR [2].

That document is not a product of the XSL WG, it is a product
of the XML Syntax WG [3], and it still seems to me like this 
discussion should be taking place on xml-dev [4] or elsewhere.
You may well have a good suggestion, but I think you are 
delivering it to the wrong audience.


[3], search for XML Syntax Working Group
    or (member only)
[4] mailto:xml-dev@xxxxxxxx

At 14:59 1999 01 30 -0500, Didier PH Martin wrote:
>Hi Paul, You said:
>I hear you discussing information from the XML Linking Language
>(XLink) WD [1] and Associating stylesheets with XML documents PR [2].
>While your observation may be a reasonable one to raise, I don't see
>that this has anything to do with XSL (as implied by the subject
>of this message and the mailing list to which you sent it).  Am I
>missing something?
>Here is the issue:
>I  am making a proposal to colleagues (this mailing list participant and
>that includes W3). That the "media" property is to be used to specify the
>output format. For example, a XSL engine could be used as a transformation
>engine to transform XML into OpenGL or an other XML document into RTF, Tex,
>etc... Of course several way could be used to accomplish this goal. But I
>restrict my intervention on the xml-stylesheet processing instruction. So,
>if I include a processing instruction like this:
><?xml-stylesheet href="myscript.xsl" type="text/xsl" media="screen, HTML?>
><?xml-stylesheet href="myscript.xsl" type="text/xsl" media="print, Tex"?>

>The proposal is:
>a Stylesheet processing instruction may or may not contain a media property.

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