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Re: [Lynx-dev]

From: Krzysztof Żelechowski
Subject: Re: [Lynx-dev]
Date: Mon, 28 Nov 2011 00:52:14 +0100
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Użytkownik Thorsten Glaser napisał:

Krzysztof Żelechowski dixit:

XML, XML stylesheets and the method of serving them to the client is a
WWW standard
XSLT is not part of HTML. Lynx displays HTML (and Gopher, FTP,
Usenet and some other obscure things).
Please do not put document types and transport protocols into one pot.
XHTML is the XML rendition of HTML. If the server emits XHTML
as XML, Lynx will display it fine.

This “bug”report is about as useful as complaining to someone
delivering meals that you got the frozen meal (for self-cooking)
instead of the prepared one but don’t have a stove at home (XSLT
application), only dishes and cutlery ((X)HTML application).
I have considered cooking but the hyperlinks generated off line would be dead, so the result would not be useful. Also, you usually not serve frozen meals on a dish, as Lynx does it with XML; you deliver it wrapped in a bag, with at least a description of the presumed contents (if not cooking instructions).

Thanks for your remarks,

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