Subject: RE: [xsl] [ANN] XSLT tutorial|
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Date: Tue, 20 Feb 2001 19:38:26 -0500
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I took a quick look at your tutorial.
I want to point out a problem I had with Kay's book and also now with
Saxon 6.01 is the only version of saxon to support the <saxon:output> tag. After that version he switched to using <xsl:document> I believe. I ran into this problem in his book and just noticed it on your tutorial. If anyone reads the article and goes and gets saxon, they wont be able to get this to work as-is.
-----Original Message----- From: hb [SMTP:hb@xxxxxxxxxxx] Sent: Tuesday, February 20, 2001 6:09 AM To: xsl-list Cc: hb Subject: [xsl] [ANN] XSLT tutorial
we (iX Magazine) have put our three part XSLT tutorial online - first in German (starting in December), now in English as well. It begins with basics and closes with trying out AxKit (v 1.2) for serving XML sources dynamically.
Starting point in English is http://www.heise.de/ix/artikel/E/2001/01/167/ ...
Best regards, -- Henning Behme
iX - Magazin fuer professionelle Informationstechnik
Helstorfer Str. 7 * 30625 Hannover * Germany http://www.heise.de/ix/ * +49 511 5352-374 * f: -361
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