Re: [xsl] Thoughts on the XSLT, Second Edition book

Subject: Re: [xsl] Thoughts on the XSLT, Second Edition book
From: Wendell Piez <wapiez@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 28 Jul 2008 11:29:57 -0400
At 11:08 AM 7/28/2008, Jim wrote:
> > Actually, the one that's just come out is the 4th edition - and
> > it's now nearly 1400 pages.
>   I don't think you speak both about the same book ;-)

Yes they were, the original posted specifically mentioned the 3rd
edition books (the two of them), and linked to the 3rd edition in his
third reference to amazon.  The newer edition is

The OP pointed at the older

Yes, but the OP also asked about the new edition of Doug Tidwell's book from O'Reilly:

I don't know this book but I do remember the 1.0 book. It was well done (a reasonably good balance between coverage and manageability) and perhaps somewhat underappreciated, given its competition (which was both plentiful and in some cases excellent).


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