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James says he is releasing this software at an earlier stage than usual for his software distributions because he "wants people to have an implementation to play with as they read about the new XSL draft; [however], the release is not intended as a tool for getting real work done." The software is accessible via is free even for commercial use, and includes complete sources.
Also new in this release is an experimental extensibility mechanism. This release of XT (Version 19981220) supports the new W3C Working Draft for the Extensible Stylesheet Language Version 1.0 (WD-xsl-19981216).
[local archive copy] [August 19, 1998] See preceding.
James Clark has released the alpha version of XT, a Java implementation of the tree construction/transformation half of the W3C's new XSL (Extensible Stylesheet Language) Working Draft specification.
XT "is a Java implementation of XSL Transformations (XSLT).
This release of XT [Version 19991008] mostly updates existing functionality to match the XSLT Proposed Recommendation.
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The original XSL standard is now known as XSL-FO (Formatting Objects).