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Re: Client-side XSLT. Re: Bad News on IE6 XML Support
- From: Paul Tchistopolskii <email@example.com>
- To: Max Dunn <firstname.lastname@example.org>, 'xml-dev' <email@example.com>
- Date: Sat, 08 Sep 2001 14:51:41 -0700
> > 'Client-Side XSLT' ??? What are we talking about?
> > this 'client-side XSLT' stuff ( which *was* availiable in the
> > browser for *years*, even in the crazy MSIE form of it ).
> There I completely disagree. The "crazy MSIE form" was *not* XSLT.
> That never should have been released as anything other than a technology
> preview, and should absolutely not be cited as some sort of evidence
> that XSLT has been around for years.
So could *you* please tell me when I we can start counting?
I mean is *current* client-XSLT mature enough to be called a
If your answer is 'yes, it is a technology', then we should
soon see millions of client-side XSLT pages appear
If your answer is 'no' - that meas you *agree* that building
on client-side XSLT is not an option now. Right?
If your answer is 'no' ... Well ... let us wait when you'l say
'it is mature enought' to start comparing the growth of
Either it is a production technology adopted by
or it is a 'technology preview'.
You can not say : "it is a technology" and in the next
sentence say : "well, it is a preview , so don't compare it
to the other technologies".
What I don't understand here?