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  1. #1
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    Well I just discovered the wonder that is XSL last night, and I'm wondering... Why is it that hardly anyone is using it? Also, are there any actual good documentation/tutorial sites for it that explain more then just functions (Such as syntax, logic layout, etc.) w3schools just isn't cutting it... What about forums with actual active XSL areas? I'm having a hard time finding one, and while I do enjoy this forum... I doubt there are many XSL users here

    Thanks

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    Dont know about support for it, I use it, but I am relying on my Uni notes.

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    Meh. The appeal of XSL is clear in terms of server-side preprocessing, but client-side it's very badly supported in browsers as I gather it. And in terms of usage in documents, I'm fairly certain Docbook is based on XSL (I know it's based on XML), and there are many other document typesetting/transformation languages in the application domain (e.g., LaTeX).


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