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Q: Anyone using XMLEnabler or other XML/XSL technologies with Jigsaw?

From: Bob Hays <Bob.Hays@abnamro.com>
Date: Thu, 18 Mar 1999 18:49:42 -0500 (EST)
To: "Jigsaw Mailing List (E-mail)" <www-jigsaw@w3.org>
Message-ID: <002001be7199$ee31ab00$1b49d10a@ustreschi205520.abn.com>
Well, I've taken the plunge on XML (wrote a configuration value DTD and Java
editor with a python output converter for environment variables).  Now, I
want the final part - self-documenting code in addition to self-editing code
(sort of - all the editor drivers are in the XML document).  This means I
need a way to convert the XML to HTML, and it looks like XSL is becoming the

I want to promote Jigsaw here (I run it at home to test servlets on
Windows95, at work on WindowsNT and on HP-UX - very cool), so I want a
servlet implementation of XSL that will work from Jigsaw.  I grabbed
XMLEnabler from alphaWorks, but I'm having lots of problems.

Has anyone gotten XMLEnabler to work with Jigsaw?  Has anyone on the list
gotten some other XSL technology working with Jigsaw?

Thanks and have fun! - Bob

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