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Re: Client-side XSLT. Re: Bad News on IE6 XML Support
- From: Paul Tchistopolskii <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: Max Dunn <email@example.com>, 'xml-dev' <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Sat, 08 Sep 2001 16:09:22 -0700
> > So could *you* please tell me when I we can start
> > counting? I mean is *current* client-XSLT mature
> > enough to be called a 'technology' ?
> Start counting with the release of IE 6. Two components: specification
> (there for some time), widely available, relatively spec-conformant
> implementation (available with IE 6).
OK, I agree. Now let us see in one year from now how many pages
on the web will provide client-side XSLT ? ( By the way, even
people do *talk* about 'selectiors' on the servers, that are
redirecting XSLT-not-aware client to the 'another branch',
neither Chris, nor Jeni have it *implemented*. Their sites
support MSIE with XSLT *only*. I mean you can not acccess the
*same* URL with diffrent browsers and get something in *any*
> > 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".
> I was simply saying that the default "XSLT" with IE 5 was not XSLT.
I agree. *However*, those, who were using it was claiming that
"XSLT on client side it already here!!! Look at that!!!"
This client-side XSLT is such a fuzzy thing, actually.