RE: Splitting XSL

Subject: RE: Splitting XSL
From: "Didier PH Martin" <martind@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 9 Feb 1999 15:26:43 -0500
HI Oren,

As of today, there'd be one DTD for XSL stylesheets, so we can verify the
input to an XSL processor. There was talk about being able to verify that a
given XSL stylesheet converts documents in one DTD into documents in
another. Suppose this is possible, at least in theory (BTW, is anyone
working on such a thing? It would be a lovely tool). To verify the canonical
use of XSL stylesheets - use within a full XSL processor as per the current
specs - you would _have_ to define a DTD for the 'fo' "vocabulary".

Yes I am. I am trying to use XSL to make tranformation from a domain
language to an other (as long as the two domain languages are based on XML
or have a similar struture (i.e SGML without omitags) and that the two
languages cover the same domain. Obviously the two language would have a
different DTD. Actuals test are made on XUL and BML, RDF and ISO 13250 topic
maps. But its too soon to publish anything yet, I just started this

Didier PH Martin

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