Re: Part A - Generic parse.allXML function

Subject: Re: Part A - Generic parse.allXML function
From: David RR Webber <Gnosis_@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 10 May 1999 10:19:04 -0400
Message text written by David Carlisle
This doesn't work with the current version of XSL as
it uses the old namespace
and various functions that don't appear to be defined
even in old drafts of XSL? such as <xsl:script
match="cdata() etc.

Also it does not take care to display < and & as &lt
and &amp unless I am mistaken (I couldn't run the script to check).

If you are using a current XSLT processor you might like to do something
more like the `verb.xsl' that I mentioned on this list earlier, but
perhaps adding some colours to taste.


David  -  errrr, I have this running just fine in IE5.0, you just need to 
put the following into the top of the XML document:

<?xml version='1.0'?>
<?xml-stylesheet type="text/xsl" href="generic-xml.xsl" ?>

All the other stuff you mention I could not decipher.  Since this works
in IE5.0 it must be some sort of XSL.  I was looking for a very simple
tweak to clean up this in IE5 so it looks good.  It's almost working.

I don't need XSLT as it is the HTML I'm after.  

Thanks for giving your comments - not much help for me unfortunately,
hopefully it means more to someone else!


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