From: Gennadiy Rozental (rogeeff_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-07-09 20:55:22
> Yes, agreed, although right now our problem isn't the final output format,
> but how to parse and/or interpret the Jam output and build residue to
> figure out what the output should be. Right now we can't for sure tell if
> a test worked or not.
What is the problem?
> Another possible problem is that adding XML/XSLT lengthens the tool chain
> still further. If there is a standard set of XML/XSLT tools that runs on
The only "tool" that we will need to generate XML is printf. ;-)
> all platforms available for free download, that may be a non-problem. What
> tools would we start with if we were to start down the XML/XSLT road?
The only "tool" that we need to show XML is compartible browser. IE is
compartible. Other browsers probably also (?)
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