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From Seth Ladd <shl6...@osfmail.isc.rit.edu>
Subject Re: relationship between XT and Xalan?
Date Wed, 05 Jan 2000 20:59:44 GMT
> > This maybe an obvious question, but I'm unclear as to why Cocoon (the CVS
> > version at least) requires bother JClark's XT and Apache's Xalan to
> > compile.  Aren't those two XSLT engines?  And another related question is
> > which one (if they do have duplicate function) will Cocoon use?
> 
> You only need to compile one of them, if you only have Xalan then simply
> don't bother compiling the XT classes.

That's what I would think, but the compilation system (Ant) wants to
see XT in the Classpath.  I don't really have a problem having both in my
classpath, but isn't Cocoon supposed to default to Xalan?

Thanks,
Seth


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