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peter murray-rust wrote:
> This may be true if I want them to process a document and have it
> rendered as HTML in the browser's display for sighted humans. But
> suppose I want to send them a.xml and b.xsl and expect them to create a
> result document c.xml automatically (i.e. without human cutting and
> pasting or pressing a "save" button). Can all browsers supply that
I don't know. It would be nice if we could create c.xml and style it
with CSS. I'm not sure if any browser supports this, though. I'm not
sure how important this is. It sounds like you want a browser to do
something other than browse. Could you elaborate on your use case?
Certainly creating a file on the client system is way beyond what any
browser should enable. I'm not sure if that's what you mean or not.
Elliotte Rusty Harold email@example.com
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