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From gree...@apache.org
Subject cvs commit: xml-cocoon changes.xml
Date Mon, 26 Feb 2001 17:54:41 GMT
greenrd     01/02/26 09:54:40

  Modified:    .        changes.xml
  Log:
  documented xslt browser parameter
  
  Revision  Changes    Path
  1.212     +13 -1     xml-cocoon/changes.xml
  
  Index: changes.xml
  ===================================================================
  RCS file: /home/cvs/xml-cocoon/changes.xml,v
  retrieving revision 1.211
  retrieving revision 1.212
  diff -u -r1.211 -r1.212
  --- changes.xml	2001/02/25 17:00:02	1.211
  +++ changes.xml	2001/02/26 17:54:36	1.212
  @@ -4,7 +4,7 @@
   
   <!--
     History of Cocoon changes   
  -  $Id: changes.xml,v 1.211 2001/02/25 17:00:02 greenrd Exp $ 
  +  $Id: changes.xml,v 1.212 2001/02/26 17:54:36 greenrd Exp $ 
   -->
   
   <changes title="History of Changes">
  @@ -18,6 +18,18 @@
     </devs>
   
    <release version="@version@" date="@date@">
  +  <action dev="RDG" type="add" due-to="Ingo Bruell" due-to-email="ibruell@gmx.de">
  +   Stylesheets (but not logicsheets) can now access a COCOON-BROWSER-ID parameter to identify
which
  +   browser they are serving (as an alternative to using different stylesheets for each
browser, by
  +   declaring &lt;xsl:param name="COCOON-BROWSER-ID"&gt; as a top-level element
in the stylesheet.
  +   IMPORTANT WARNING: If you use this alternative technique for a cacheable page, 
  +   you MUST set the HTTP Vary header as follows:
  +     response.setHeader ("Vary", "user-Agent");
  +   This can be done either in an &lt;xsp:logic&gt; element in XSP, or in a Producer.
  +   If you don't do this, it will work fine when users are connecting directly to the server,
but
  +   if they access it through a web proxy, the proxy will not know that different content
should
  +   be served for different browsers, so it will serve the same content for all browsers.
  +  </action>
     <action dev="RDG" type="fix" due-to="Torsten Curdt" due-to-email="tcurdt@dff.st">
      Added manifest to w3c.jar to fix startup problem on JRun 3.0.
     </action>
  
  
  

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