An Anonymous Coward writes: "The W3C upgraded XSL 1.0 to the status of a recomendation today, as they reported in a press release." From that release: "XSLT 1.0 makes it possible to significantly change the original structure of an XML document (automatic generation of tables of contents, cross-references, indexes, etc.), while XSL 1.0 makes complex document formatting possible through the use of formatting objects and properties."
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