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Elliotte Harold schrieb:
> peter murray-rust wrote:
>> - I cannot send a client an XML document and an XSLT stylesheet and
>> expect them to process it without further instructions dependent on
>> their environment.
> I don't think this is true any more. The only current browser I know of
> that doesn't support XSLT is lynx. Perhaps an important one, so two
> 1. Besides lynx, which other browsers do not support XSLT?
> 2. Is lynx stopping you from sending XML+XSLT to browsers?
> If the answer to 1 is "none" and the answer to 2 is "Yes", then what's
> really needed is an effort to add XSLT to lynx. Shouldn't actually be
> that hard. We just need to transform the document and then pass it into
> lynx's regular HTML renderer.
I agree with these points, but I'd like to add some more questions:
3. Does the XSLT implementation have a fully working node-set extension
(AFAIK right now, only IE does).
4. Are there any plans to upgrade the browser engine to XSLT 2.0 (AFAIK,
nobody is planning that, and I'd really like to understand why).
Best regards, Julian