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Thursday August 10th, 2000

Miloslav Nic writes, "Zvon announcement: This week we have published several resources relevant to Mozilla featuring: CSS1 Reference , XSLT Reference, interactive X Lab, colored XML Namespace tutorial, and Regular expression reference.

BTW: It was a great fun to use CSS1 in Mozilla. Finally, a browser you can rely on (well, apart a few small quirks but I firmly believe they will disappear very soon)."

Miloslav's site is impressive, and I highly recommend it.


#1 XSLT?

by asj

Thursday August 10th, 2000 9:25 AM

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Interesting the mention of Mozilla and XSLT. As I did not think Mozilla's support of XSLT had landed yet. I knew it was being worked on, but...

I assume XSLT was not going to make it into NS6.

Anyone that knows more about this please correct me.

#2 Re: XSLT?

by johnlar <johnlar@tfn.net>

Thursday August 10th, 2000 10:24 AM

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Well if you go through the XSLT reference, some things have examples, some things don't, in other references on zvon's site, everything has examples. So I'm assuming that its a matter of the things that don't have examples do not work yet, so there appears to be partial support for XSLT right now, probably the simpiler things, but they probably do not want to say Mozilla supports it till its almost done, which will be post 6.

#3 RE: XSLT reference

by nicmila <nicmila@vscht.cz>

Thursday August 10th, 2000 11:17 PM

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XSLT reference is generated with Saxon (a standalone XSLT engine). Some examples does not have examples simply because it is sometimes not an easy task to implement one :( )