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RE: [xml-dev] XML and Perl

As long as you install Netscape 6.1 on the Redhat box and try to keep
things simple (and from the standards), you should be fine on the web
browser piece.  There are things that work on one browser that don't
work on the other, so the other thing that is absolutely necessary is to
do frequent testing as you develop.

For the server pieces, I am not familiar with using server-side XSLT
from perl, but I assume that the Xalan module on cpan would work fine.

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Gordon Stewart [mailto:gordon.stewart@net800.co.uk]
> Sent: Wednesday, September 26, 2001 9:17 AM
> To: xml-dev@lists.xml.org
> Subject: [xml-dev] XML and Perl
> Dear List
> I am very new to XML and at the moment I am using XML through IE6.  I
> learning  XSLT, DTD and XML Xpath.  I would like to use this knowledge
> through my Redhat(version 7) work station.  I am using Apache and
> Is there modules that I can install to achieve the same results as my
> method?
> My aim is to use Perl CGI to read and display my XML pages.  Are there
> cpan modules that I can use to make this method easy to program?
> I have looked at Xerces and Tomcat.  Are these any good and will they
> achieve the same results as explain?
> does any one have any other modules that they use?
> Thanks
> Gordon
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