Re: [xsl] \

Subject: Re: [xsl] \
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 4 Dec 2003 14:42:03 GMT
You can see this in action.

If you go to

and click on the link to "Forword" you'll follow a relative link to
a pdf file with a Forword to the NAG library (all these docs are
generated with xslt by the way, if you wonder why I hang out here:-)

If however you try\fl\manual\html\FLlibrarymanual.asp

Then it depends what you try it with.

IE silently corrects your input to the first form, and everything works
as before.

Mozilla (also on windows) changes the location bar to

Our (Microsoft) server accepts that and serves the same page, but now none
of the relative links work, and all give 404's

The fact that IE changes the user input in its location box is a matter
for IE, this is a user input issue, but once the string has been entered
and is being passed between different api it's not at all clear
whetherthat kind of user-error correction is realy allowed and teh
mozilla behaviour will be far more typical.


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