Re: <Announcement> Whitehill <xsl>Composer Tutorial ...

Subject: Re: <Announcement> Whitehill <xsl>Composer Tutorial ...
From: Eric van der Vlist <vdv@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 21 Sep 2000 18:08:15 +0200
Sebastian Rahtz wrote:
> Jim Dorey writes:
>  > No more hand coding XSL! Whitehill Technologies is pleased to announce a
>  > special tutorial featuring Whitehill <xsl>Composer, the industry's first
>  > real-time, WYSIWYG, Drag and Drop stylesheet generator. Due to the
> not having quite the patience to fill in the form for the demo
> download, reboot into Windows, blah blah blah, can someone who has
> seen this answer a simple question? When they say it "generates XSL",
> does this mean an XSLT stylesheet which, when `run'[1], generates
> HTML? this bears no relation to XSL as in XSL FO?

No, it's plain XSLT (not XSL/FO).

The stylesheets are generated from a GUI interface but do not seem to be
editable (unless you leave the environment and continue by hand) and
you're right, the preview is using IE.

I have done a short summary on xmlhack:


> sebastian
> [1] ie including implicitly in IE5
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