Re: XML and XSL server-side parsers

Subject: Re: XML and XSL server-side parsers
From: Rick Geimer <rick.geimer@xxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 01 Jul 1999 10:09:48 -0700
More of a question than an answer. Where did you hear that Netscape was going
to support XSL? I was under the impression that it was only going to support

Rick Geimer
National Semiconductor

Joe Walnes wrote:

> Hi.
> I am researching the possibility of using XML and XSL in some of our larger
> content based websites as both the style and the content of some of these
> sites changes often but the alterations are made by different departments.
> I have been experimenting with XML and using XSL to make display it in IE5,
> but most of our users do not have IE5 yet, and many of them are confined to
> Unix based machines where the IE browsers are somewhat incomplete.
> I understand that Netscape 5 will fully support XML/XSL, but in the mean
> time, are there any parsers that can run server-side that can take a XML
> files and their corresponding XSL files and convert them into the
> appropriate HTML to download to olderbrowsers. This software needs to run
> on FreeBSD, OpenBSD, or Linux - and it would be nice if it were free :).
> Has anyone got any suggestions/ideas/pointers/etc?
> Thanks in advance
> -Joe Walnes
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