Subject: Re: [xsl] Debugging XSL with XML Spy 5|
From: Jim Melton <jim.melton@xxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 12 Feb 2003 09:37:36 -0700
Hope this helps, Jim
Using a debugger with its proprietary and also "hidden" XSLT processor is definitely not a good idea </snip>
I have had also problem with the xsl-debugger from xml spy 5. I wanted to know, if their inbuild-engine is 100% compliant with XSLT, to find out if my code or the the debugger fails, because of get the same code running with msxml 3 and 4 and xalan 2.4.1. I search the entire Altova website, the Help and handbook from Xml Spy 5. Nothing.
I hope they will release that important information, if they want stay serious with us.
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