Daniel O'Donnell writes:
> TEI compatibility, over complicated ones. I'd been staying away from
> XSL for that reason while it still seemed so up in the air: I've been
XSLT is now issued as a W3C recommendation, so its stable and
useable. There are about 6 implementations, none complete or bug free;
but still, healthy enough. XT (http://www.jclark.com/xml/) is the
best, in my opinion, albeit slightly incomplete, implementation.
> If I can switch over to XSL and XML without setting my project back
> months, I'd love to go that way. Could you tell me what 'xt or similar'
xt is an implementation of XSLT, which can be used very effectively to
convert XML to HTML
> is? If I had some off the shelf software for stylesheet design and
> processing, I'd be more than happy to break free of my commitment to any
> specific SGML browser.
you could look at http://users.ox.ac.uk/~rahtz/tei for some TEI XSL
stylesheets; those will shortly be on the Oxford TEI site when I get
my act together (but I'll leave a redirect when they do move)