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XSL Transformation Code Checked In

Monday September 6th, 1999

The XSLT code has made it into the tree, but it is not yet built by default. We'll let you know when you can test it in the nightly builds. In the meantime, if you're a developer, check out the code. From the release.txt file: "Much of the source code was ported from XSL:P [http://xslp.kvisco.com], an open source Java XSL processor written by Keith Visco."

We have more awesome news coming that should completely put to rest the myth of "Mozilla's lack of external developers". Stay tuned.


#1 XSL Transformation Code Checked In

by Anon

Tuesday September 7th, 1999 7:49 AM

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Is there any "configure" option to turn the XSLT-processor on ??

#2 XSL Transformation Code Checked In

by Anon

Tuesday September 7th, 1999 8:25 AM

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No, not yet, I'm currently trying to get it build under linux and nearly finished it. For that I had to do several modifications to source- and makefiles. Nisheeth Rajan who is currently integrating it into the tree is on vacation up to 09-12-99, expect more after that date.

#3 XSL Transformation Code Checked In

by Anon

Tuesday September 7th, 1999 9:16 AM

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Nisheeth Rajan will have a very busy weekend when he's back from vacation =:-)

#4 This should make headlines everywhere

by rtvkuijk

Tuesday September 7th, 1999 1:44 PM

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Several months ago, it was mentioned that mozilla would NOT support XSL.

Now, within weeks of donating it to the mozilla project. It IS integrated.

This (and the name of Keith) SHOULD make headlines on cnet, zdnet etc.

Great Keith, thanks since this was one of the things people told me was THE advantage of IE.

Go Mozilla

#5 XSL Transformation Code Checked In

by Anon

Tuesday September 7th, 1999 2:10 PM

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We will praise him if this XSLT processor will work under Unix...