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On Oct 29, 2003, at 6:04 AM, Emmanuil Batsis (Manos) wrote:
> Elliotte Rusty Harold wrote:
> > Is there some aspect of XUL or XAML that hasn't yet been
> > demonstrated in the examples here that does uses CSS selectors?
> XUL uses CSS files linked to the page. Such files make full use of the
> CSS2 selector syntax (thanks to Mozilla's CSS compliance). Figuring
> out the style for a XUL element implies figuring out which CSS rules
> apply to it. So, Eric van der Vlist is right; one has to interpret
> CSS2 selectors to apply style rules on generated XAML widjets when
> going from XUL to XAML. One can just generate CSS classes when going
> the other way around, that is from XAML to XUL, which is a lot easier.
> On the XUL to XAML case, one would have to gather the CSS rules per
> XULElement and convert them to XAML presentation info and hope
> inheritance does not play such a big role, or that it does but it
> somehow get's tranfered along as the hierachical structure is more or
> less the same.
> Lot's of mappings to do though, both between XUL+SVG to XAML and CSS
> to XAML...
> So, help anyone?
Could org.w3c.dom.css.* be used? It is in the xalan-j 2.5.1 I am
>  http://sourceforge.net/projects/xaml2xul/
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