Re: ITP: xslj, a XSL processor (XSL is one of the stylesheet format of XML)
In message <199906122050.WAA02605@ludwigV.sources.org> you wrote:
>I plan to package xslj. xslj can be found at <ftp://ftp.cogsci.ed.ac.uk/pub/XSL
>J/> and is a XSL processor. XSL (eXtensible Stylesheet Language) is one of the
>several proposed stylesheet formats for the XML (eXtensible Markup language)
>data description language.
This is the one from Henry Thompson, right? I think it is abandoned upstream.
Does it adhere to the never version of the XSL-FO or XSLT specs?
>(already in Debian) and compiles fine. Due to the poor state of SGML in Debian
>(the SGML subpolicy in sgml-base has not been updated for a long time), I will
Well, probably the SGML subpolicy should be just an add-on to the SGML on
Unix guidelines you cite below.
>take a few liberties: the most important will be to add a directory in
>/usr/lib/sgml for stylesheets (there is none specified in the SGMl subpolicy).
>It will be named "stylesheet". I'll try to stay close to the proposed standard
>(<http://www.sgmltools.org/docs/sgml-dir-standard/t0103.html>, see also bug
Stick closed to standards established by other pkgs as well, i.e.,
.....Adam Di Carlo....adam@onShore.com.....<URL:http://www.onShore.com/>