Re: XML pretty printing in HTML

Subject: Re: XML pretty printing in HTML
From: "G. Ken Holman" <gkholman@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 08 Jul 1999 15:33:15 -0700
At 99/07/08 08:20 -0700, Steve Muench wrote:
>Here's a version of the above stylesheet (credits go to Jonathan Marsh
>at Microsoft for writing the original!) which runs cleanly in XT.


>A quick hack job to get it to run, but should get the
>thought process started...

For those whose thoughts lead to a diagnostic analysis of an XML instance,
you may be interested in an enumeration of nodes created by an XSL engine
for an arbitrary XML instance.  

The stylesheet is named "SHOWTREE" and is available in the free resources
section of our web site (rather than have mailers screw up a mailed
stylesheet as has happened to me by my mailer with Steve's example).  Two
versions are available: one for W3C-19990421 and one for IE5.

.......... Ken

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