RE: Does MSXMLR.DLL require IE?

Subject: RE: Does MSXMLR.DLL require IE?
From: Jeff Hamilton <jhamilton@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 28 Jan 2000 20:11:48 -0500
I did obtain my copy of MSXMLR.DLL from the redistribution 
package on the MS site.  The package just contains this DLL
and another for "uninstallation".

Perhaps I should have mentioned this in my earlier post - If you
use the Load method on an URL (ie: not a local file)  the MSXMLR.DLL
appears to use some part of IE functionality to download the file.  I know
this because if I change my proxy server in the IE control panel to an
invalid address my code stops working.

I am concerned that MSXMLR.DLL might have some other external 
dependencies.  Obviously it has at least one.

PS.  The redistribution package won't install unless you have IE 4.01
        or greater.  

A list of DLL's would be appreciated if anyone else has tried to make this



-----Original Message-----
From:	Jeff Hamilton [SMTP:jhamilton@xxxxxxxxx]
Sent:	Friday, January 28, 2000 2:21 PM
To:	'XSL-List@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx'
Subject:	Does MSXMLR.DLL require IE?

I am using MSXMLR.DLL from a plugin I have developed for Netscape.

I plan on only using the Transformnode method and some parsing
methods of MSXMLR.DLL.  I use the Load method to load XML and 
XSL from the local hard drive (ie: Netscape cache.)

It works, but my machine has both IE 4.01 and Netscape 4.7.  Will it
work on machines without IE, provided I ship MSXMLR.DLL?  Are there
any other DLL's that are required?



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