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[xsl] Compatablity - MSXML and EXSLT
Subject: [xsl] Compatablity - MSXML and EXSLT|
From: "bix xslt" <bix_xslt@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 21 Mar 2003 20:17:28 +0000
This may be the wrong place to be asking this question, but I was wondering
how I might enable the exslt functions within my msxml processor?
Perhaps a second question would be are there techniques used to identify
which processor you are currently utilizing? If so, what?
Currently, I've been debugging my scripts using instant saxon
(unfortunately, I'm unable to update my java language past 1.2), and then
reworking the xsl files for msxml. In addition, I am unable to update my
browser (IE 5.0) at this time. And, I am also unable to easily get approval
for the purchase/addition of new commercial/downloadable tools.
Fortunately, I know that my end user will be working from their own hard
drive, and not via a web server, so I have a little more freedom with how I
choose to setup my xslt environment.
That said, I'd really like to be able to make my xslt files compatable
across xslt processors. Does anyone know what tools/techniques are
available to make this type of work easier?
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