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From Sérgio Carvalho <sergio.carva...@acm.org>
Subject Re: How do you build your XSLs?
Date Tue, 19 Jun 2001 10:38:36 GMT
Jan wrote:

>yes.. i guess we all use notepad or a syntax colorin/xml validating text
>editor. i don't know any XSLT specific editor/authoring tool.
>as i see the point, a html coder should build a xhtml file from the layout
>the graphics team provides and then this same guy or anybody who can code
>XSL should write a set of stylesheets corresponding to that.
>

You know, IBM alphaworks is working on a XSL-by-example tool, that 
generates one XSL that produces the example output from the example 
input. Last time I checked, it was still unusable, though.

Sergio


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